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1-27-2011 @ 9:23AM
I've not really had a problem explaining the "other characters are real people" aspect of the game to my mother, but then when my girlfriend and I had to live in separate states for awhile we used WoW to communicate and do stuff "together". She thought it was really sweet.As far as explaining the other parts of the game to her (the teamwork, the level of skill and professionalism in raiding, etc.) well... I actually took a shot at it last time I saw her and made a half-screenshot-half-MS Paint diagrammed version of the Sindragosa fight. I was able to point out all the add-ons and stuff that needs to be kept track of, the Grid nameplates of my fellow teammates, and gave basic explanations of each of the jobs each raid member had.She was overwhelmed fur sure, but inclined to believe me because I could still point out one poor little druid tree cowering inside an ice block and say, "See, Mom? That's Laura. You know her, she does this job for us..."
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