In not so subtle tribute to Dave Letterman, thanks for so many years of laughs. It's going to be as hard getting used to you being gone as it will be getting used to the fact that there actually is a "t" in Colbert.
Number 10. Through all the expansions, hero classes and new additions, there is still no "Accountant" class, making it a decent escape from my everyday life.
Number 9. I can play a game, with my son, even though he's 500 miles away. How cool is that.
Number 8. Chaos Bolt all the things. Especially Gnomes. But generally everything.
Number 7. There is always some little nugget or something that I hadn't noticed before. I nice little touch in an out of the way place. Despite having leveled a ton of different toons at this point, no two times are the same and I can really add a ton of variety to my approach.
Number 6. For the Horde! I know it's probably no longer cool, but I still have a ton of faction pride. Unless I'm on an Alliance toon in which case, not really for the Horde...
Number 5. Look, I'm a cat. Look, I'm a bear. Look, I'm a tree. Look, I'm a owl thingy. Sometimes you have to go play with your druid just because shapeshifting makes your kid giggle.
Number 4. There are 6 elemental shaman in this LFR and we are chain lightning'ing the hell out of everything. "crackle"
Number 3. I've been in the same guild for like 6 years. Some of my guildies are kinda weird. Okay, most of them are kind of weird. I don't get to spend as much time chatting with them anymore as I used to, but I still love the place. A great group of people.
Number 2. The Wrathgate. That still gets to me. Every time.
And the Number 1 Reason I Still Love Warcraft: The character creation screen. Even with so many alts, there are still permutations that I haven't tried, and approaches to leveling that I haven't done yet. It still provides an almost endless variety of entertainment for me. (Let's do a Blood-Elf Fury Warrior leveled purely through battlegrounds this time!)