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3-18-2011 @ 5:09PM
The issue with the "cool" factor isn't really WoW at all. The rest of what you do and who you are plays a much larger part than just WoW. A good example: My best friend is a huge WoW nerd. He got me into WoW and has been playing since vanilla, has been in hardcore raiding guilds, ranked in PVP, and has had something like 12+ max level characters over his WoW history. In spite of that (or maybe because of it) he was one of the more popular kids in high school. He still is the object of affection for gorgeous girls who go for the "cool" guys and hangs out in some other "cool" social circles. Regardless of all this, most everyone knows he plays WoW (and xbox type games), watches anime, has interest in cosplay, etc.My point is, WoW doesn't make you cool or uncool. The key is just to find people that think you're cool. If you're friendly and enjoy doing whatever your doing (with some reasonable and legal exceptions), you should have no trouble being "cool".
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