So if today really was my last day of WoW, and the servers weren't shutting down for good, I'd do precisely - nothing.
I mean, let's be honest here. There's nothing I have that anyone in my guild needs. Sure, I could give away my money - but I don't think any of us are actually hurting for gold. Besides, what if one day a new expansion comes out and I decide to return?
See, that's where I would have to say it's probably NOT my last day of WoW. The day I decide to quit for good, and vow to never return, I'll probably go through and delete every single one of my characters. Leaving them active means that one day you just might return. Heck, I stopped playing City of Heroes for about five years, and when I fired it up to see what had changed, there were my old toons - just waiting to be played (I'll be honest, it lasted about 2 days).
I certainly wouldn't fly off to some remote spot, or hand out my gold to strangers, I'd just log out and be done. Same with this blog. When I decide that I'm done blogging, I'll probably put up a "This site will no longer be updated" post, just so the anal-retentive OCD folks who like clean feed readers can remove my site, but I won't put up a long "So long and thanks for the memories" post. That's just not who I am.
That day is not today though, as I still enjoy playing WoW. I'm less certian that it's not the people I play with any more, as we had a hell of a time playing Bad Company 2, but the game still keeps me going even solo.
Thanks for following along through my 20 days of blogging non-challenge/challenge. Later today I'll explain why our OT needs to be punched in the face.