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9-28-2010 @ 8:34AM
My grandpa (yes, grandpa) Lives in NY aand I love in Louisiana, and we never really talked... till WoW =) One day I created my first character (nelf druid) and about 6 mots later, get her to level 80 with the help of my grandpa the human paladin. I remember him running me through stocks, DM, even mauradon and all the way up to Sethekk Halls. Ive found it a great way to get in touch with him and get to know him a bit better, and I love him dearly
9-28-2010 @ 10:31AM
I wish my grama (RIP) could have played wow. I miss her dearly -_-. Cherish every moment you have with him. Ya never know how much you miss them till there gone.As far as playing wow to interact with friends or family I do. My boyfriend of 2 1/2 yrs plays, almost all of our friends play some of his family plays and in fact his cousin met her future fiance on the game. She was very shy in person and had never really showed interest in getting a boyfriend. We assumed she would just stay single, But when she told us of her fiance we realized that wow allowed her to not be so publicly shy. Ive played wow now for maybe 4 yrs and not once has game play harmed my social life. Ive worked, had an apartment, and continued to have a real life as well, all while raiding, lvling to 80 and playing wow alot. (( Side note: I do not have kids. That makes it alot easier for me to play.. My sister used to live with me and when she had her kid she had to leave wow, and while she lived here my wow time went WAY scarce because i was always helping with the baby. Honestly it drove me NUTS! I love my sister and nephew but I cant help saying im kinda glad there gone. XP ))
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