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8-12-2011 @ 2:39AM
This is the fact of the matter. World of Warcraft has an ESRB rating of T for Teen. This is the equivilent of an MPAA rating of PG-13. There's violence, sexualy suggestive themes, Alchohol Abuse, strong language, and crude humor, and that's in the game by itself. Then you've got to take into account the people that inhabit the game. You might think that you're shuttling your kid off to entertain himself in some sort of Mario Bros.-esque fantasy land, when in fact what you're doing is closer to sending him off to watch Mortal Kombat in the theater, by himself. 9 year olds should not be playing WoW. I don't care how precocious you think your kid is. It's rated 13+ for a reason. Ignore the rating at your own peril.
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