World of Warcraft Addiction

Good Morning

May the Lord of the Universe bless you. To all mankind and creatures of the world, Good Day and Good Health. We are all under magni nominis umbra. Christian??? No. I am not. Muslim I am. Not a good one and not bad either.

MMORPG or Massively multi-player online role-playing game is one of the modern world phenomenons. A plague some might call it, a gold making opportunity for the business oriented organisations. For the players, the best form of entertainment. I am one of those players. Enter the World of Warcraff, one of the best MMORPGs ever developed. Tons of such games exist today.

I believe not in such addiciton until it is too late. Too late to break free. Once you play you will have hard time to break from it. What makes this game addictive, I can never tell. The addiction is greater than anything I have ever craved before. A day without World of Warcraft feels like something is missing. You know the feeling when you are about to sleep but you can’t since you miss something. That’s the feeling.

It is not like drug addiction. There’s no withdrawal effect and muscle spasms. But there’s psychological effect. I am telling you what happen to me during the weeks of no World of Warcraft. Connection problems. For the last two weeks, I had this disconnection problem. I could only stay online in WoW for the max of 3 minutes. Then magically transferred to the Log in Screen with big annoying message “Disconnected from the Server”. That is enough to piss me off and make my day goes bad. Moody character I was during the duration of Curse of DC by TMNUTS and its SCREAMYX.

I am Gay (not that kind of Gay) person, a happy person. I never thought of not being able to play WoW, I would be very grumpy. Indeed I was very grumpy. Seemed like my emotion was being hurt. Oh yes, I was so pissed off with TmNet. Cursed them before going to sleep. Cursing is not my character, but World of Warcraft changes me. WoW has taken over my life. To my surprise, I have developed one kind of emotional attachment to my character “Loktaramish” and all of his affiliates. I even consider Lokt as my better-half, it is me in the World of Warcraft. I even think that Lokt is me and the look and cosmetic appearance of Lokt must suit my preferences. Anything that I do not like, even better than my current gear will never be worn. That Orc is me. Oh God! What is happenning to me.

Luckily, I can do my jobs at work. But still, I will take a minute or two to look at my Armoury just to ease my feeling. The burning desire to play World of Warcraft consumes my soul every now and then. I can stop playing for the max of 2 days. More that that, only God knows how the burning desire urge me to play. Come and Play the Word of Warcraft the brain tells me.

Take Care All. The World of Warcraft awaits

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