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10-14-2010 @ 8:13AM
Congratulations on the engagement, best wishes. As far as my experience...my brother and I hadn't talked much for 10 years until 2005 when he was staying at my dad's, I saw him playing. He explained WoW to me and I bought a copy. Over the past 5 years my brother has become my best friend. It's amazing how you can become close to so many people from so far away...but that's WoW.
10-14-2010 @ 9:32AM
This right here.I am playing wow with many of my friends from Highschool and earlier who were, uncoincidentally the guys who I was rolling dice with around my kitchen table "back in the day". We're all growed up with families and kids and careers, but WoW keeps us connected and has the last 6 years. Heck, WoW is how my kids got meet some of these guys originally.I can't think of any other game/device/hobby/club/organization that could have kept a bunch of gamers in touch in such a way. The best part is that WoW has showed us that not only WoW, but the next mmo out there (it's coming eventually) will allow us to continue to do so. Kudos to Bliz for this, it makes paying for 3 accts almost painless.
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