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5-07-2010 @ 12:05AM
I used to hate that statement too, but then I realized something:-The game begins at level 80.-Life begins at graduation.I think both are very similar in intention and truth. Sure, you've been living for 17+ years, but life outside of school and home is so completely different in a way for the majority of years you live (hopefully) that it can really be said that Life as the average experience of how you go about your day does not begin until after you graduate.Similarly, if you intend to stick with this game, the majority of your gameplay with your main character is devoted to a variety of objectives different than the previous 79 levels and really those levels merely taught you the basics just like school.The difference is, of course, that I can level an alt to become my main while I will never go back and attend high school again no matter how much I want. Still, you have to admit there is some truth to the statement in this light.
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