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WoW (for me) is still the only woman I ever loved...

IchbenIchben Member UncommonPosts: 296
edited May 2016 in World of Warcraft
I thought I could be with her forever and I thought I could love her until the end of time "but you can't love her Ichben!!", my friends would say to me, "you can't love her because that's not how the world works you crazy fuck of a tool!!!"

They wanted me to quit the game and leave her alone forever, but I told them I just couldn't do that. "But she means so much to me," I said. "She is my world, my home, my everything!!!" They told me I was crazy and I told them they were mad  and now I am alone in a world of warcraft that has no war and no craft because my friends were right all along. She didn't love me and she didn't love my craft.

What did I say to her to make her leave me? What did I do to make her stop loving me anymore because I want to know so I can make things better again. So I can love her the same way she used to loved me all those years ago when we were married with children who loved us and wanted to be with us until the world was over and the end of time was done. But our world did come to an end, and it came came crashing down in an instant. It crashed down in a flash.

One day she is loving me and the next she is see her packing her bags, tears in her eyes saying she never wanted to see me again, wished she had never met me, known me, loved me. 

Now I stand alone in a room with my thoughts wishing things had turned out differently, wishing she had loved me regardless of my flaws but it's too late for that now because the game is over. The song is done and my world as I know it is no longer the world I wish to be apart of anymore. The world of warcraft I used to know and love is over and now I must begin a new adventure somewhere elsewhere in a galaxy far, far away. A galaxy full of games. A galaxy full of thrones. And a galaxy with a lady dressed in red who will love me, and bring me back from the dead with her soft touches, kisses and love.

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Comments

  • exile01exile01 Member RarePosts: 1,060
    because blizzard hired psychlogists to implement a system that you will love. So in other words, you have been manipulated and refuse to let anything ells beside WoW into your mind, because they told you WoW is the best MMO out there.
  • MukeMuke Member RarePosts: 2,614
    exile01 said:
    because blizzard hired psychlogists to implement a system that you will love. So in other words, you have been manipulated and refuse to let anything ells beside WoW into your mind, because they told you WoW is the best MMO out there.
    So, Wow players are behaving like drug addicts?

    "going into arguments with idiots is a lost cause, it requires you to stoop down to their level and you can't win"

  • RasiemRasiem Member UncommonPosts: 318
      Beautiful read, I think you might need help though bro....just sayin.
  • exile01exile01 Member RarePosts: 1,060
    edited May 2016
    Muke said:
    exile01 said:
    because blizzard hired psychlogists to implement a system that you will love. So in other words, you have been manipulated and refuse to let anything ells beside WoW into your mind, because they told you WoW is the best MMO out there.
    So, Wow players are behaving like drug addicts?

    Are you blind or refusing to belive? MMO addiction is not a coincidence.
    MMOS are build around addication. They want you to play that game no matter what, hence they build a system that makes you addicted to it (so they get your money).

    Limited founder packs is a prime example wich plays with your patience.
  • GrummusGrummus Member UncommonPosts: 134
    Muke said:
    exile01 said:
    because blizzard hired psychlogists to implement a system that you will love. So in other words, you have been manipulated and refuse to let anything ells beside WoW into your mind, because they told you WoW is the best MMO out there.
    So, Wow players are behaving like drug addicts?


    Technically, yes.
  • ceratop001ceratop001 Member RarePosts: 1,594
    It's safe to say most of us are addicts.
     
  • Binny45Binny45 Member UncommonPosts: 521
    Ichben said:
    I thought I could be with her forever and I thought I could love her until the end of time "but you can't love her Ichben!!", my friends would say to me, "you can't love her because that's not how the world works you crazy fuck of a tool!!!"

    They wanted me to quit the game and leave her alone forever, but I told them I just couldn't do that. "But she means so much to me," I said. "She is my world, my home, my everything!!!" They told me I was crazy and I told them they were mad  and now I am alone in a world of warcraft that has no war and no craft because my friends were right all along. She didn't love me and she didn't love my craft.

    What did I say to her to make her leave me? What did I do to make her stop loving me anymore because I want to know so I can make things better again. So I can love her the same way she used to loved me all those years ago when we were married with children who loved us and wanted to be with us until the world was over and the end of time was done. But our world did come to an end, and it came came crashing down in an instant. It crashed down in a flash.

    One day she is loving me and the next she is see her packing her bags, tears in her eyes saying she never wanted to see me again, wished she had never met me, known me, loved me. 

    Now I stand alone in a room with my thoughts wishing things had turned out differently, wishing she had loved me regardless of my flaws but it's too late for that now because the game is over. The song is done and my world as I know it is no longer the world I wish to be apart of anymore. The world of warcraft I used to know and love is over and now I must begin a new adventure somewhere elsewhere in a galaxy far, far away. A galaxy full of games. A galaxy full of thrones. And a galaxy with a lady dressed in red who will love me, and bring me back from the dead with her soft touches, kisses and love.

    Dude, try the Riders of Icarus beta.  I haven't played a game this fun in beta since the WoW beta. Check it out man. Very easy to pick up, just like WoW.

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  • fodell54fodell54 Member RarePosts: 859
    edited May 2016
    exile01 said:
    Muke said:
    exile01 said:
    because blizzard hired psychlogists to implement a system that you will love. So in other words, you have been manipulated and refuse to let anything ells beside WoW into your mind, because they told you WoW is the best MMO out there.
    So, Wow players are behaving like drug addicts?

    Are you blind or refusing to belive? MMO addiction is not a coincidence.
    MMOS are build around addication. They want you to play that game no matter what, hence they build a system that makes you addicted to it (so they get your money).

    Limited founder packs is a prime example wich plays with your patience.
    An addictive personality will be an addictive personality no matter what a game company does. Everquest didn't do anything special to their game and it was still called "Evercrack" in many circles. It is easy for an individual to get lost in an mmo because you can become anything that you want, both economically and socially. Since humans are social creatures this becomes even more prevalent in those that have little personal social interaction. 

    Throw in the fact that there is a gambling/luck type mechanism "RNG" and you have the receipt for addiction. However, this is a far cry from saying that the developers (who have been using this same method since 1997) are purposely making games "more" addictive.

    In contrast that's like saying that casinos purposely make all the slot machines addictive. It may in fact be addictive for someone with that type of personality. However, another person can sit down with a 5 dollar bill  and play until it's gone. Then get up and leave without any trouble. 

    In short it's all based on the person not on the game/company or its developers. Also, the would is "believe" not belive.

    Have a good one.
  • holdenhamletholdenhamlet Member EpicPosts: 3,766
    I think everyone has a soft spot for their first MMO.  Most people's first MMO is WoW.

    But just like your first girlfriend, the game is probably not as good as you remember it to be.
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