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6-03-2007 @ 7:27PM
Well, you could try my boyfriend's tactic-- he had a lovely human mage. I watched him playing in the human starting area. Pretty character, lovely gown, bright colors, flashy spells, and I think he quit general and was only talking to his guild. So I see a lot of intelligent talk, a character that is aesthetically pleasing, fights that aren't focused on blood but rather on sparkly spells in primary colors in a cartoony but lovely setting. The quests didn't hurt, either-- I got there just in time for the Romeo and Juliet of Azeroth type quest. (Now with a happy ending when grandma makes the girl invisible!)Then a Dwarf Pali from the guild came up and danced. I ended up getting to see most of the Alliance dances. Then they started on the jokes. I was hooked.I would suggest that you not introduce her to the undead starting area unless she's already into that-- as an instant attracter, it lacks, although the storylines can be *major* emotional pulls later on. You know the gal, figure out what she'd like. Natali, I think there is a consensus-- you are the "idiot". If you think that affirming attraction to your mate is not needed, you are probably either highly immature, have never been in a relationship or are simply deluded. More likely, you are just out looking to be offended. Bugger off.
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