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1-08-2009 @ 8:06AM
I'm sure it would be fun for both of you if she were to play with you..of course you will have to take care of her all the, lend her gold, kill her gankers etc etc...of course, she might not like the game and end up disgruntled everytime she sees you playing it..It's a risk, you feeling lucky ? :D
1-08-2009 @ 9:51AM
Or the other way around... She could become fully engrossed and play more than you.My gf plays, overall I'd say it is a good thing. She is just leveling (somewhere in her late 30s - belf lock), but it is nice when I make references to the game and she understands what I am saying.But you will find yourself answering --a-lot-- of noob questions. What is a 'miss direct' ? How come you can't just fly there? Is x piece of gear better than y?
1-08-2009 @ 12:11PM
@ClintThat may be true, but having his girlfriend be interested in the same thing he is and asking those questions, he'll probably be so excited that she's interested in what he loves that he'll be more than happy to answer them for her.My guildmate introduced his wife to the game and he rolled a character to level up alongside her and he couldn't stop gushing about how much fun he was having watching her experience the game.
1-09-2009 @ 3:56AM
I was the "Girlfriend Introduced To The Game," and now I play more than my husband. I've spent a good part of the past 2 years raiding to various degrees, while he never saw more in TBC than Kara and ZA (scheduling probs). I'm the one buying *him* things, although he can buy his own epic flying. And answering all the "how to not be a huntard" questions now that he's re-rolled. :)
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