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9-28-2010 @ 12:13PM
Derp. Even as an extremely casual player, (Still havent seen ICC or Ulduar) WoW has been pretty integral to a couple of relationships. I met a girl in New York and we went for a long distance relationship for a couple years. She was going to school and I just got promoted to where I was so we were kinda stuck geographically. In addition to renting the same movie and watching them while on the phone, playing online games like scrabble and shit, and flying back and forth every couple months to visit, we spent alot of time in wow just screwing around running quests. She really really sucks at these kind of games though, to the point she was just clicking every attack on her huntard. I kept wondering why how she was pulling shit off of me, when it turns out she was hitting distracting shot every cooldown. She got excited to see new dungeons and stuff, and learned to hate wailing caverns as she should. All in good fun though. I have also been playing alot more with a best friend from high school lately too. We always half assed kept in touch, and he has been playing since the game came out and leveled a dk tank on my server to show me old school BC and Vanilla raids. I also have a good friend from the military I see online through the battlenet thingy, as well as an old roommate from when I lived in New Orleans. All in all WoW has made keeping in touch with like minded people extremely easy.
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