2moons: The first time that I love you

I knew this day would come and I only to defer my hope spend time with you, because I mind you that I will be sad and I do not want to give up so I am hurt. I started to play 2moons one year ago, the reality in the face of the suffering of separation has been able to extricate themselves, can not escape. Then I select the game to see someone playing in the game, so I play the game too. Just to catch up when the team, so I rushed into the game, started my day of the game. In the game I knew the 2moons dil so I always try my best to earn them more and more to make myself strong. I have never played the game before, at the beginning I did not know what is so I went to kill the monsters with the 2moons gold that I earned with myself in the game. And I always went to upgrade gradually the understanding of the game, a lot of friends, that day will be a happy day, and we often always fight, this is not as I do, but I will also duty bound to a friend to help brush the 2moon dil together with my friends. I spend a good relationship is then fly to tears. But now she has to leave the game early on to do their business, I can still remember her; I go to kill the monsters to get some experience to add my levels. Even though my levels are very high, but I still want to add my levels. Because if my levels are very high, I can go to buy 2moons dil more and more and I will not depend on my friends to help me to earn them. I always want to depend on myself not others, and now though she is away, I will still help her to kill the monsters and go to upgrade, because I love her! It is the first time that I love her and I have never said it to any others. After that my levels become very high and I can kill the monsters easily, but I do not think the game is interesting, because she has gone and she will not come back again. In the game I get some cheap 2moons gold as the gifts to encourage me. It is the first time that I love you but it could not success. Now I only want to leave the game to look for you and you can make friends with me, I will very happy!

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