Apr 18th 2007 11:08AM Non-gamers and gamers can peacefully co-exist in a relationship, as my husband and I do.
I am the big gamer - my husband is most definitely not (except for the Wii, which he will actually play with me). I have played WOW for over a year now, and he has ABSOLUTELY no interest. He will ask me all the time if I am 'winning'...I don't even bother trying to explain...lol. He does not mind me playing, though, as I would consider myself a casual player and don't do much raiding. I make sure he gets plenty of 'surfing' time on the computer, so it balances out okay. He also goes to bed way before I do, so much of my playing is done while he's sleeping anyways. I think as long as you don't let WOW or any other 'hobby' rule your life, it's all good!
Dec 19th 2006 3:43PM Thanks...I am scared, and at the same time, anxious, to find out my playing time. Depending on what answer I get, I may have to change some New Year's resolutions...lol. Doesn't help that BC is coming out in January!
Dec 19th 2006 3:40PM Because of Solarion's comments...I really want to roll a warlock and play it like a total noob just to make him rant and rave again!!!
Dec 19th 2006 3:33PM So is there a place to go in WOW to find out how many days you played. I am asking this, but at the same time I am scared to know the answer because I don't really want to know how many days I have played - it might depress me!
Dec 19th 2006 10:50AM My first character was a NE hunter (I know...how ordinary). I have gotten bored with her (she is lvl 42 now) and have recently rolled a human rogue - lvl 19 as of this weekend. So far I'm loving my assassin rogue - very fun to play. I have tried many of the other classes, but never got past about lvl 10 before moving on. Burning Crusade...hmmm...not sure yet.