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1-20-2012 @ 8:15AM
I love reading about the older generation playing the game. In our family there is three generations of females playing. My mother at 56, me at 35, and two daughters 16 and 14. World of Warcraft actually made us a tighter knit family. As previously stated, WoW costs much less compared to trying to bond with your teenager while doing full clears at the mall. Plus we can play rain, sleet, or snow. It has also tightened the bond between my husband and our daughters as they teach him something new. It is also funny when we arrive at the Wal-mart parking lot and my Husband starts his line, "Everyone buffed, potted, and ready to down this Boss? Shields up girls!".
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