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10-17-2011 @ 7:00PM
I know this is a WoW site and all, but I think if you are serious about wanting to game with her then you should suggest another game altogether. Maybe try a WoW-style clone like Rift or if she loves Jedi as much as I do, get her SW:TOR for Christmas.You honestly sound like you want to play WoW again, not play with her. You want to see all the shiny new content and while you want to experience it with her, it seemed the later is more an after thought.Personally, if you came up to me with a Wyvern (they are cute, I have him, the gryphon and a pink murloc on my desk) saying 'lets play WoW again', it will bring up all the past again. Suggesting a new MMO to play together won't. You have no chance of running into old Raiding friends, you can still experience a new game playing together etc. You hurt her mate, you have to live with the consequences even if that means never visiting your addiction again.Don't worry to much if you are dead-set on playing WoW again. Most other MMOs make me re-sub back to WoW anyway. She might be the same and say 'this is fun but want to try WoW together again?' Which I think is the important thing here. Gaming together can be your idea but to play WoW together again should be hers.
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