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10-01-2009 @ 8:55AM
I'm from Israel. I was hit in terror act when I was in the army. 12 people from my unit got hit by shrapnel from the explosion, including me. My uncle bought me the game then, in 2004, and I started playing it for 4 months, the whole time my leg was healing. That was my first experience online, and I remember I've joined a social guild, and we were talking all nights long about politics and wars, and right and wrong, and pretty much everything. They supported me and sent me emails from guild gatherings in UK.. I quit the game when I had to return to the force, but 2 years later, when my service was over, I flew to UK to meet them all, and every one of them took a photo with my scarred leg. It was amazing, because people came from every part of England, just to see me. I was moved that night. I returned to the game, but by the time I got back to the WoW, the guild was no more, for many reasons. I'm still in contact with some people from that guild.
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