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2-29-2008 @ 2:32PM
Myself (29) my wife (30) our son (12) and my sis (14) play wow. There’s nothing wrong with young players. Just some play styles they have. There are some very mature young players who do want to raid and do dungeons and can hold their own. My son is a rogue and well he can rest assuredly be probably one of the top rogues on the server. He knows his class and gear so well it’s a science. No my sister on the other hand has been leveling a mage for 2 years and just hit 45 the other day her joy is basically just jumping on my lvl 70 hunter going to nagrand and just killing stuff and skinning. Heck I don’t mind it bc I get skins and gold and she has fun. But to ask her to go on a dungeon run would be crazy bc she cant fully play that character to the class. Now I have a 70 warrior and hunter and the wife (damn her for staying at home and being able to lvl everything under the sun) has a 70 lock hunter and priest and is now working on a shaman. It all depends on the play style of the kid involved some just want to log in and kill stuff some actually can take the dynamics of the game and gear and run with it. As for the whole ventrilo thing. We have multiple channels in ours (we actually have our own server) and we have the kids, questing, pvp, adults’ only, potty mouth, and such channels. The kids know not to go into the adults’ only channel and if you just want to hang out and talk freely go to the potty mouth channel. Anyone that gets in our vent knows full well what’s expected of him or her. Plus sometimes getting that kid/adult who really doesn’t know how to play his class and just be a glass cannon can work in your favor. S/he can make you into a better tank!!
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