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8-02-2011 @ 8:19AM
I was the one that started playing WoW, and got my husband interested after he saw me leveling my baby toon up a bit. We originally both played on my account (shhh... don't tell Blizz!), so we had to take turns, but that soon got old, so he got his own account and we rolled toons on the same server.Overall it's great fun to play together. We tend to have the same goals and it's nice to always have a partner to hang out with. Occasionally it does cause some tension. He tends to get frustrated when I wander away from him in a BG, especially when he's healing and wants to make sure I"m covered. And our playstyles can be different at times, so we've had a few kinks to work out. I also tend to be a bit more obsessive about playing , so I have had to learn to cool it and take a few nights during the week to just cuddle on the couch together. Overall though, it's wonderful. Like Amelia said, it's a nice change of pace of convo from the mundane tasks of kids, chores, bills, etc. And I love that we have geeky WoW jokes that we can share with each other.
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