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9-17-2009 @ 3:38AM
I would say that gaming these days with the internet is an extension to your RL whereabouts.I came to WOW in a very difficult moment in my life. Lets just say I came to know the mentality of people and their hate and extreme behaviour.Wow at that time was a safe haven and the so called prigs sometime you would meet in game were not even close to what I experienced in that period in our life.Let's just say WOW was a healing cure at that time. I'll never forget it, although I still have nightmares of what we as a family had to endure.Let's just say I am no longer surprised mankind has shown to be the worst animal of the living species on earth. Tx to WOW I could live in Azeroth from time to time as a healing cure and God it was so good to sit beside a campfire in Goldshire. I'll never forget the stories we told sitting on the road next to that inn.It made me forget earth for a few moments and I really did need it back then.I'll never forget that. WOW will always be there, for the rest of my life.Tx Blizzard.
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