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3-03-2008 @ 9:46AM
Welcome to many wonderful hours of playing WoW with your daughter!! My oldest daughter moved away 5 years ago and got me into playing WoW last June. I also was not a gamer but have found I love this game!! We play together most every night while being on the phone with each other at the same time. The two of us are able to share many adventures and laughs this way.
3-03-2008 @ 10:20AM
Def Wolf, I suggest you get one of the free VoIP clients like Teamspeak, or even use the ingame chat. It'll save TONS on your phone bill!OK, I just realized, it may not be a long distance phone call from you to her. If so, my apologies.
3-03-2008 @ 10:29AM
Or Skype! Before my guild invested in a Vent server, we used Skype for free group conferences in five-mans. It works just like a phone, but it's mostly free and works really well. While I'm played WoW while on the phone before, the hassle of juggling a cell/phone, pressing keys, and moving my mouse just isn't conducive to playing the game; get a headset and see how much easier - and less costly - it becomes!
3-03-2008 @ 11:03AM
Well, if they play together at night, maybe they just have free nights and weekend plans on their cell phone. That's how my girlfriend and I community through WoW. Plus, if they have verizon, it'll be free to the both of them. I'm sure other carriers also use the same in-calling plan.-Aticus, http://www.paladintales.blogspot.com
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