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Wednesday, May 16, 2012


A close friend bought me a copy of World of Warcraft and introduced me to the game. I've only been playing since the weekend or so, but I love the game. It's a suitable replacement for not being able to play tabletop roleplaying games as often as I would like. Plus, it's a lot easier to get together with friends online than it is to get together with them offline due to family, work, and other responsibilities.

I'm sure I'll have more to say about it in the future, but I wanted to let y'all know why I haven't been posting as much lately. Plus World of Warcraft is solidly entrenched in the geek and online sub-cultures. The funniest thing is that this all started because I watched The Guild on Netflix and got to talking about it with my friend, who then insisted that I play World of Warcraft. That's about as geeky as it gets, I hate to say, but a good story nonetheless.

© C Harris Lynn, 2012

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