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2-13-2012 @ 3:41PM
Some really great stories here about how to try to explain WoW to non-players. It's a bit of a challenge explaining it to non-gamers especially, it seems.My sister, who is 13, was curious about the game and wanted to know more about it and why I like it so much. I was home for the summer, and was raiding Dragon Soul. She came into my room suddenly when I was on Spine of Deathwing and was in awe that I was on a giant dragon's back with 24 fellow raiders, trying to get this giant armour-plated dragon to crash into a giant whirlpool in the centre of Azeroth.I thought about it myself and realised yeah, that is actually really cool :DSometimes I guess it's easiest to show, rather than tell!
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