I have met a bunch of real great people from WoW. I have a great friend that I talked to even after he quit playing. Something happened and we lost touch. I have no idea what happened to him. Leeshunter, if your still out there bro, I still think about you all the time you "Dirty dirt worker".I have also met many other people that I would still talk to today even if I stopped playing. Facebook, as much as I don't care for it, keeps me in touch with them all. Too many to count.
I met my best friend playing wow. :D I met him three years ago during a dungeon group, and we've been the best of pals ever since. We always level our alts together, do raids, and help each other farm. I'm so grateful to have met him, even if it's online. :)
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I played in a guild for over a year before finding out a couple of my closer friends in the guild lived within a couple hours drive, we still get together a couple times a year, we all just wish we had of spoken up sooner.
i had a friend in wow who i met irl and we had sex
I said "Hi" to someone and he said "Hi" back. Now we're friends.
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I met one of my best friends in game. We both started playing a few months before TBC and leveled. We've met a bunch of times to hang out, and are now planning a trip to meet some other long-time guildies.
I met Apollo in-game back towards the end of Wrath days. I really don't remember exactly how we met up, but it had something to do with a more-or-less regular 25-man pug I was in. I think we discovered through those raids that we shared the same kind of humor, and we became fast friends. Although separated by a couple of thousand miles, it feels as though we are the closest of girlfriends. We talk on the phone every Saturday, and share what has gone on in the game or real life each week. And a couple of times, we've reached out to one another in the middle of a crisis.Apollo doesn't play nearly as often as she used to due to time commitments, but we still meet up in game occasionally through realID. Although we have kind of gone our separate ways in terms of the game, our friendship is still strong.
Way back in BC I met this druid (ligeya, although this toon has been deleted since then... made a pally named ekkadon) in my guild who lived in San Francisco. We became friends very quickly and would help each other level, did dungeons and pvped together. He quit wow halfway through wrath, but we kept in touch. Found out he was visiting his sister down in SoCal and we ended up meeting up at Disneyland and much nerdery was had. He comes down here every so often now and we go out and get beers or find a LAN center and cause all sorts of hell in games.
I have several wonderful friendships that all began in WoW. We all met in the same guild, first raiding and questing together - like so many others -- and eventually it spilled over to, "Let's chat on messenger," exchanging cells, connecting on Facebook, emailing, and developing our friendship outside of WoW. We went together as a group to Blizzcon 2008 and 2009 and while not all of us still play WoW, we still keep in touch and maintain those friendships.
A great friendship that started in WoW..Back in Cataclysm, I was minding my own business, grinding rep and got a random whisper from a guildy that wanted to pick my brain about rogue-craft. Annoyed, I kept directing him to Elitist Jerks, Shadowcraft, anything to get him to leave me alone! Come to find out, he had taken a hiatus from the game and recently returned, only to be told that his spot as #1 DPS in our 25 man guild had been taken by a GIRL playing a ROGUE! (gasp?) He had to test me and see if I was really as good as people thought I was. We started chatting during raids, competing in DPS, and eventually he worked up the courage to speak on vent. From there our friendship grew, we would constantly chat while playing WoW. We exchanged phone numbers and became even closer. We finally met IRL (4 States away), it was bizarre seeing the face behind the voice and pixels, but awesome! We ended up becoming romantically involved and after living together (computers side by side, third monitor in between for us to watch Netflix on while we play WoW) for a little over a year I think we can safely thank WoW for bringing us together and giving us the opportunity to have a great friendship that evolved to become something even deeper. He is my best friend, and I am so glad we're addicted to WoW together. The couple that plays together, stays together, lol.
I remember I met my current guildmaster and her husband while i was questing, on my very first character, back some 8 years ago. Ever since then I met many other guildes that I consider family.. We have stuck it out together and I believe if I didn't meet them that night in Feralas that I might not have been playing WoW for all these years.. We always have each others back and been a great fun run..
well it started out with me hunting for the rare camel mount in uldum, and my npc scan went off. But someone else was in the area looking for the rare statue as well. I wspd her and we talked for a few mins while trying to find it. She actually found it first but let me go and open the statue . Sadly no mount but i decided to add her as a mutual friend. Month or two went by and we didn't see each other and then later on MoP came out and i was running around uldum trying to find pets or something and she logged on. We got talking and added each other as friends on battle tag and she also gave me her crawling claw because she said she could get herself another one because she likes to do archeology. Since then we have become best friends in the game and have had many adventures including becoming a petaholic and have had her join my guild.
For as many people who are jerks on the internet, there are also those who are the exact opposite. I have made a good many friends on the game, and some of those I have met face-to-face. Many of my friends are overseas or across the country, thus making it hard to meet with them for things, but we have a lot of fun just spending time together in our endeavors!
It's hard to believe but in almost 9 years playing WoW (intermittently) I haven't made a solid friendship, just season friends who have faded with the pass of time, servers, expansions, guilds, etc.But in vanilla I had a little exception, when we (my IRL friends and I) meet some (Vae Victum) guildies we invited for a party, was cool to hang with them (hi Skyvre, Shadowplay, if you see this lol) drinking beer and talking about in-game anecdotes, etcIn BC expansion times in Detheroc, I could've meet people with another nice guild because many were from McAllen but I had to move to Ragnaros and lost their track, anyway I had a blast all this time.
I met a lifelong friend on WoW. We play on Steam and other systems. He lives in Canada and I live in the US. I hope we meet someday.
It all started nearly nine years ago when facing the deadly gnoll king, a lone warlock was unable to overcome the sheer might of the unstoppable Hogger! Then from the woods he came in all his splendor, with the holy light at his command. Together we smote down Hogger and saved the realm *heroic pose*.*Ahem* RPing over, after a time we both signed a guild charter and continued to adventure together while building more relationships with many many people. While we took different paths in WoTLK, me a hardcore raider and him a casual player, we still chat daily ingame.Nine years of playing WoW, and more to come :D, but more importantly hundreds of people met and countless friendships formed. Got to meet a bunch of them and hang out yearly at Blizzcon.
I met my fiance in WoW. We began as friends in the same roleplaying guild. Even though we both applied to be in the guild, neither of us really felt like we fit in all that well, so we just hung out together until leaving to start our own guild.
I met my girlfriend of now five months in game, we were both in the same guild when we met four years ago at the time she had someone but I waited for I knew in my heart she was to be mine. Fast forward to last year we got talking more and more after she broke up with her now ex and we both in August to become an unofficial couple then in September we decided to take it to the next level both didn't say a word was as if we just knew it was time. She is my soulmate, my lifemate she is my world.