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10-18-2011 @ 9:57AM
@priestess, I agree with you. So many of the responses sound like they missed the fact that he quit altogether to save his relationship, and realizes he was in too deep before. Now that he's had time to think about things, he's realized that the time he spent playing alongside his girl is what he *really* enjoyed, even more so than hardcore raiding. He's also been able to look back and see what kind of damage spending too much time did to him and his relationship.I don't see anything wrong with him wanting to go back and experience the fun of WoW with his girl again. Would they have some fun times leveling through Cata content? Sure! Is it possible to go too far again? Sure. But couldn't the same thing be said about almost any activity? If you're going to restrict your activities to things that you cannot get too sucked into to ruin a relationship, that really doesn't leave much (including watching TV).The thing with WoW is that obviously is it easier to really get sucked in too deep than most other hobbies. But that doesn't necessarily mean that WoW is the problem. You can find the same type of behavior almost anywhere you look.
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