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12-19-2011 @ 6:59PM
This is one of the reasons why i will never ever use the Real ID thing (that and the fact that i secretely rolled a gnome and am still quite ashamed)
12-19-2011 @ 7:18PM
I think you are more on the mark than our dear Mama's this time around. It is very disenchanting to have a real friend or WoW buddy suddenly split off of what you used to enjoy for whatever reason. It is a good idea to tell them you might be interested in running newer content and have dates/times reserved. There is no shame in that. There is also no shame in rolling an alt that you don't tell them about. First and foremost, you have to be happy playing WoW or anything you do in your free time. As far as playing Gnomes- you go. There is many a night where I secretly long for Gnome paladins so I can race change my Draenei to one. I settle for clicking on http://www.wowhead.com/item=54651/gnomeregan-pride and announcing /say I am the cutest Gnome on the planet! As I ride through on my chopper ;)
12-19-2011 @ 7:21PM
Half of the battle is just to admit it to strangers, which you have just done. Next step is to admit the Gnomishish streak in you to your significant other. It will work out ok. lolI rolled a gnome a couple of years ago and have had fun playing it, and don't care what others think!
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