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8-14-2009 @ 6:13PM
@ Wolfy Yeah, believe it or not, WoW does, in fact, = life. It's something real people do, in real time, just like sitting on a bus with 20 other people = life, and sitting in a restaurant with 30 people = life, and going to school or work with hundreds of other people = life. Life does not switch off when you turn on the game, and rules of common courtesy still apply."WoW is just a game" is true as far as it refers to people not throwing fits over loot or gameplay and taking the whole thing so seriously that it stops being fun or takes over their life entirely. It means that you shouldn't forget that WoW is just a small piece of the bigger thing that makes up real life, and is a reminder that nothing we do in the game is as important as how we react to it and to other people.
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