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  jmalaer  |  5

So true #20, I'm tired of noobs doing stupid shit like getting hit by ice waves on haagara. Don't worry about getting thumbed down, noobs on fml don't know whats up and have no grounds to be thumbing down anyone when they don't know anything about WoW

  muzy  |  23

lol wow. You would never catch me playing word of warcraft and btw op, the maximum number of members that can be in a party is 5 which isn't that much. What? how do i know this you ask? well you see *begins to stutter* oh noose i've been discovered. I must go and live in exile for ten thousand years. Oh the shame !!!

  bvq25  |  8

thank you 146 for correcting that, i wouldnt have been kind to him lol. damn noobs. XD WoW isnt bad as long as you get up from the computer occasionally.

  nerobluerose  |  10

In all correctness there are 40 man raids as well. But that's vanilla content. You all are noobs if you didn't even know that. Lmao at the lk and later people thinking they aren't still noobs

  MrSassypants  |  32

I tried that before. It doesn't get better OP, don't listen to #2. There is no button where you could press twice to jump to get on high places, there is no magic spells you can cast on people, and there isn't a way you could re-spawn.

  SheepShoop_fml  |  20

While I do suggest this as well, the problem is that it's hard to orient yourself for it if you have really bad social anxiety.
Well worth it in the end: OP, it would be very beneficial for you to dip your toes in going out and interacting with people. But don't feel you need to rush it.

  ankoku  |  2

2 is correct.
Think back to the first time you beat your favorite game of all time. If you were to play it a second time the same way would it still be as fun?
Your brain "normalizes" sensations and feelings that it gets used to so you will need to do something a little different (and often more skillful) or wait a while to get the same feeling.
It can almost be like a tolerance to alcohol. You need a steadily increasing amount of social contact in a relatively short period of time for it to work. Then after that you gotta maintain and strengthen that tolerance. Can't expect it to last on it's own till you become an addict :P


108- it's an MMORPG (Masive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game), so it doesn't just "end". You would stop ranking or leveling, but the sensation of most multiplayer games do not go away (i.e. call of duty, battlefield, FIFA, Forza, Runescape, and a little more well know to the community, Counter-Strike). What I'm saying is that these games do not just get boring and stale as if you played a single-player game, so no his feelings for wanting to keep playing won't go away.

  spazz666  |  18

Not everybody talks to everybody on WoW. There are many different servers, and unless you know people IRL most players aren't exactly chatty. And even if one person says Hi to OP, it still wouldn't be the same as having all of those people talking at once as per usual in a party.

Social anxiety is a somewhat irrational anxiety, it doesn't have to make sense to you.

  JosherMan  |  0

She has every right to say she doesn't understand, specifically because she doesn't have social anxiety. She(as am I) is curious as to how communication over a video game, which is text based unless in vent, can overwhelm a person in real life. You can always change the chat so it won't show anything at all if the problem is that severe.


Sorry, but isn't every fear and anxiety irrational? I for one don't get why anyone would be scared of spiders and insects in general. I can, on the other hand, understand a fear of social interaction, and there was a time when I was scared of posting comments etc online as well. You have to face your fears, it's the only way you'll get over them.

  rattusrattus  |  18

That'll just make them paranoid about the sniper going around hitting people in the knee and no-where else. I'm starting to think it's like the Bielefeld Conspiracy, personally.

  Alaric83  |  5

She used to talk to people, then she took an arrow in the knee.
Happy now ?
PS : An arrow-knee joke has been made. Dear reader, don't feel obligated to do another one :)

  pookberry  |  4

9- I play wow all the time and I have a life.. A particularly good one at that. And maybe some people who play don't have "lives" but you don't need to be In the "real world" to get one.. Couples have actually met online playing wow and have gotten married and have children. True story. That is all :D

  aisthecoolest  |  8

Mine craft is great but it sucks compared to WoW and I've been on the game for 9 hours and only stopped for drinks. The game is really addictive!!!

  boris1194  |  4

Me idk I love minecraft alot more than WoW but also diablo was great until it got boring after beating the game. But minecraft you can just get a group, make some mods like money mod thing so to make shops and there you go you have a village ;)

By  DrMime  |  10

If your'e unable to cope socially on a video game, I'd hate to watch you talk to members of the opposite sex!

Also, note to guys: a level 85 shaman is the ONLY way into a woman's level 69 succubus.

  Takuya272727  |  16

I find it entertaining that as soon a video game is mentioned, gender automatically defaults to male. The OP is in fact, a female herself. Unless she's bi or lesbian, I'm sure she would be talking to males.

  TheDrifter  |  23

Exactly Neko. Holy Shield for the first 20 seconds and bubble shield for the last 8 to prevent pregnancy. If STDs are the worry, you should conscrate before you start.