Chu began his journey with Blizzard in the year 2000 from sage's blog

Chu added that WoTLK Classic Gold he plans to continue to tell stories and seek to unite people with games in his life post Blizzard. He didn't say the next step he's taking however, he made it clear that he'll not relent in his drive to create an inclusive and diverse experience.

"As I go through the Blizzard doors for the final time, I'm dreaming of new hopes: to continue to tell these stories and build worlds that unite people by playing games," he stated. "To contribute to creating an inclusive world where more people will wish to share stories which represent their own personal experiences. I'm hoping that we can create together. It's the kind of future I have faith in."

Chu began his journey with Blizzard in the year 2000. and the company hired him as a quality assurance Analyst for World of Warcraft. In 2002. he joined as an associate game designer with World of Warcraft . He quit Blizzard to begin a new journey in the year 2004 and joined the nearby the southern California studio Obsidian where he worked as a designer on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II and World of Warcraft 2 as a designer.

Chu returned to buy WOW WoTLK Classic Gold Blizzard back in the year 2005. He was a senior game designer in WoW: The Burning Crusade, World of Warcraft, World of Warcraft: Reaper of Souls and WoW: Warlords of Draenor. Chu later became the lead writer on World of Warcraft and its next sequel World of Warcraft .

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