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9-28-2010 @ 8:35AM
Yes, oh yes! My good friends are dispersed throughout the country and many of them play wow on my server. Between wow and RealID, I often engage with my friends, or at least chat, when otherwise I would only be able to talk to them on the occasional email/phone call or holiday break. And come Cata, I'll be able to hang out with them even more often than I do now. For me, this social aspect of wow is one of the most important aspects of the game. Now, if I can just get *all* of my friends to play wow and play it on my server, my geek-life will be darn near perfect.
9-28-2010 @ 9:01AM
Hi Cale!Yes, we must continue working on getting those last two friends to our server.And to answer the topic, I also use WoW to keep in touch with old friends, especially my friends from college who dispersed to the four winds after graduation. It's been great to have that social group intact after moving someplace with long winters. I don't have to go outside to socialize!
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