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4-13-2010 @ 6:36PM
i disagree that he deserves no special coverage. it's not all about raiders all the time. sorry to burst your bubble. my five-year-old plays (with me right next to him the whole time) and i think it's great to watch him learn things that relate to both in-game and real life. i too have had people whisper him to question what he's doing and i respond that he's five, that he means no offense, and to please leave him be, only to have people ask me what's the point of letting him play when he can't yet talk (type) to people in a social game. not everyone plays the game the same way though. just because some younger kids get something different out of wow doesn't make their gaming experience any less valid than anyone else's.
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