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5-28-2010 @ 12:07PM
Well, the fact that you dont use it or know ppl IRL that plays doesnt mean the rest of us dont.Personally my girlfriend and many of my IRL best friends play WoW and are into SC2.So, its nice to be able to talk to them or know they are online even if we play on different servers or different Blizzard games, there is always the feature to add a friend (not Real ID friend) if you want to add that nice pug you met.But this feature is for us social people, if you've read the interviews of the 5 year aniversary many of them say how they've realized a lot of people use WoW for social interaction and not just for leisure, how couples have formed and married, etc.This feature is for us, and its really appreciated.
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