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11-23-2009 @ 9:36AM
it took me a while to get into wow. i first gave it a try summer 2006 when i started going out with my now husband. we had only dated a couple of months but he really wanted me to try it out, so i started a tauren shaman on his account. i tried it out for a week, and it didn't click so i stopped. he tried to get me to play again a few months later, this time buying me my own account. i started a night elf warrior cause they were "the prettiest." that went a bit better and i got all the way to 22, then i lost interest again. my husband always played during that time and finally, watching him play, i saw how cool the zones were. i started a troll shaman, just like him, so i wouldn't be completely lost. i fell in love. not sure what clicked for me then but now i play the game even more than he does. the strongest memory i have of starting out was when i was a night elf, i was completing some quest to kill a certain number of people. i had died and decided to rez so i wouldn't have to run all the way back. someone else invited me to group up to finish the quest and i accepted (that was probably my first ever group with a stranger). i had no idea what rez sickness was...went in, pulled about two or three guys, and got both of us killed. the other guy just left the party without saying anything. i felt so bad i started crying, my husband was laughing about it all night :)
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