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7-02-2011 @ 12:29PM
Back then, a good friend of mine (whom I met in UO) and me were GMs/admins on a private UO shard, together with 2 other ppl. Suddenly, my friend didnt log in very often anymore, and I heard he had started playing WOW.I had heard a few things about the game (this was in 06) but nothing really enticed me to try it. I chatted with that friend one evening, and he said "Don't even think about playing that game, you'll never be able to stop anymore". Of course, i had to try it. During that time, it was hard to find a copy of the game with a game code (I think it was one of the periods where Blizz held back on shipping more?), but eventually I did, and started a pally (and soon switched to a mage)Of course, it was a huge difference to UO, not only regarding graphics etc, so I had a very steep learning curve in front of me... =)
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