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6-13-2010 @ 8:17AM
I know a girl who is always sure to /sleep on a hammock or bed before she logged off... We didn't get to play the game much together because my off-putting attitude was so bad then, but I introduced her to WoW, and she loved it. I miss that girl.
6-13-2010 @ 3:11PM
When I was on an RP server, my characters tried to stay true to real life little things. Whenever one of them would have to trudge through water, or swim, there would always be a couple minutes sitting by a fire, mostly naked, as their clothes dried. Yes, it did consume quite a bit of time, but I always had time for cooking & making bandages.
6-13-2010 @ 4:40PM
Likewise, I also log off only after I go to an inn, stand on a bed and type /sleep. :SI refresh my Blessings to be exactly five minutes apart from my Seals without either running out. Let's say, Seal of Command lasts 30 mins and Blessing of Might 10 mins; when SoC is down to 25 mins, I refresh BoM. And if they're a minute apart, I get angry. Latent obsessive-compulsive disorder? 0_0I salute military higher-ups when they cross me on the street, and always bow to the King upon entering Stormwind Keep to queue for Battlegrounds.I always re-center my character in the character screen so that he faces precisely forward.I recheck my bags when I have nothing to do.I type the /smell emote whenever there's a passive Forsaken nearby.Whenever the middle teller at the SW bank asks me "You...need something?", I say IRL "of course not, my good man! I only came to the bank to look at your charming mug!"I have more issues than I thought. :P
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