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1-07-2011 @ 8:29AM
One of the things I love about WoW is that it's a very accessible game for people from all walks of life and levels of ability. While my guild is mostly comprised of people in their 20s & 30s, we have a couple of grandparents and a few members in their early teens (kids of guild members). One guildie is partially blind, while another has a seizure disorder. We have lawyers, at least one doctor, a baker, accountants, stay at home moms & dads, and not surprisingly a number of IT professionals. Not everyone is a hard-core endgame raider (I'm certainly not) but the game has something for everyone, and we all have fun and enjoy our time in guild chat and on vent.But with all the different, awesome people I've met playing this game, I'd have to say the most unlikely WoW player I've met yet is my wife. :)
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