Since we are starting World of Warcraft tomorrow, I thought it would be interesting to see who has played Warcraft before or how much experience people have with video games in general. Personally, I have heard of Warcraft before but have never played it. I guess the closest game I have played to Warcraft was RuneScape back in elementary or middle school, which was also a MMORPG. A classmate had shown it to us one day and the whole class began playing it, until our teacher told us that it was using up too much data or something and banned the class from playing it. Other than that, I played games like Super Smash and Mario Party when I was younger and Halo and Call of Duty throughout High school. Freshmen year, I was introduced to League of Legends from kids on my floor and played that for a brief period. What kind of experience does everyone else have with video games?
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