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1-08-2009 @ 11:58AM
I'm in the same boat as Esk up there. Started playing WoW before my boyfriend, and eventually convinced him to come join me. Before that, I was in a relationship with a guy who played WoW a fair bit, and I always found it somewhat isolating since my computer was too poor to run it.However, now, I really enjoy having my significant other available to play with. You've always got someone who can help you out, and who you can help. It's exciting to watch each other progress, and surprisingly, you still have a good deal of personal freedom on WoW. I could go make my Draenei shaman [male] dance nekkie on a mailbox and since we're not constantly glued together, he would have no idea.If you think it's something you would enjoy, definately introduce her. It's worth a few epic fliers, dontcha think?
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