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7-26-2010 @ 1:53PM
It's very hard for physical distance not to create emotional distance without some kind of shared experiences to talk about and laugh over. WoW has been great for that. In the four years we've been playing my husband has reconnected with his best friend from high school and we've kept in weekly contact through raiding with a friend who moved four hours away and another who left the country. Through WoW we've made friends with their friends, some of whom we've never met in person but will still chat on Skype with for an hour about work and family after the raid is over and everyone else has logged off.Not to be trite, but like everything else in life, WoW is what you make of it.
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