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10-14-2010 @ 8:10AM
I learned what is important, which is relationships. Games come and go. My best friend and I started playing BBS games in the mid 80s and quickly formed a gaming bond. We have played all times of games, getting addicted to Doom, playing madly through Ultima 7, then I strarted WoW 5 years ago, and he joined me shortly thereafter. He decided to make a guild and I helped when I could. Now we are still going strong after 2+ years, and our relationship is strong, thanks to our ability to communicate in-game (we were never much for phone calls and the like).Also I just moved away from the city where my wife is at due to a new job . A primary, easy, cheap way we stay in touch is through WoW. Phone bills get quickly expensive, but with wow and vent we have fairly reliable and near-free communications. I guess the sad thing is that when i leave WoW it will be hard to take all my wow friends with me, unless i am able to communicate with them otherwise.
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