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3-09-2012 @ 8:30AM
Even though people can treat most of it as a solo endeavor, at its heart WoW is really a social game. I'm stuck in the pre-expansion doldrums myself. (Through the 'parental controls' feature, I get emailed a weekly detailed list of my play time; it usually clocks at 50-60 hours spent logged in, but last week was only 20.)If I could get a friend into the game, and see it fresh through their eyes, and have fun doing instances and quests (some, anyway; phasing would cut a lot of them out for me) together would make it more fun.I guess it can be like a TV show you used to like watching, but got bored with it, then a friend invites you over to watch it together and you suddenly have a much better time.
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