Sunday, September 20, 2015

10 Signs You Have an MMO Problem

1. Ever said the phrase "bio", "inc" or "wtb" in real life? No? What about a line that is a default character sound like "need more rage" or "I can't do that yet!" and had no one around you understand what you meant?

2. You have an article of clothing that specifically references something only people who play a certain MMO would know (IE: "If you're reading this, it's probably a patch day" or "Home is where the hearthstone is" or "I'm not a nerd, I'm a level 80 Druid.")

3. You have to remind yourself to ''bring your friends to Azeroth, but don't forget to go outside Azeroth with them as well!''

4. You have ever canceled a social engagement in favor of raiding or playing the game. In fact, you have gotten socially anxious because you know you are missing raid time or haven't logged in and used your rested for a few days.

5. An ideal relationship is one in which there is a tank and a healer.

6. You've spent any amount of time watching "dungeon runs" or "dungeon wipes" on Youtube.

7. When trying to explain to others why the MMO you play is better than any other MMO, you realize that they are all more or less the same game. Except for Wildstar, Wildstar is way better than all of them.

8. You have joined a social network or dating site tailored to players of your favorite MMO.

9. You have ever gone to a low-level zone and camped the opposing faction after a terribly frustrating day at work.

10. Characters in every game are now "toons."