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3-12-2007 @ 10:21AM
I was actually recruited to play WOW by a friend who was already heavily involved in the game. When I noticed that his "instruction" after a botched BFD run was taking a toll on our friendship, my fiance and I bailed on the legacy server he was established on and found a home on Turalyon.Now, we are both 70 and run one of the greatest guilds I have ever been a part of. The people are fantastic and some of them I would definitely say could develop into real life friendships. I don't regret leaving the old server, because it preserved my friendship. I do think its a great thing to share your interests with someone....but by god...let them know they have the option of seeking their own path.Oh, and NEVER invite your boss to play. I did that...he logged in and I soon realized that I no longer had any escape. :) Luckily, he lost interest quickly because there was too much typing involved ;)
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