Dofus

The first time I knew this game was from the my friend. Several months ago, one of my friends called me and ask me some question, especially asked me about games online. I said that I am playing the Dance mission now. He said thar the Dance mission is boring, why not to play Dofus? At that time, I did not know what dofus is, so my friend told me that dofus is a fantasy and color-bright MMORPG combined with 2Ddesign, it shou a huge fantasy game world for the players, they can find many interesting and lovely animals and plants in their adventure trips. Players can become experts if they accomplish a lot of tasks or rely on the upgraded system.


  When I heared about this, I can not wait any more playing it. So after the phone call. I surfed the internet immediately, and downloaded dofus. From then on, I began to play the game in my spare-time. I think dofus enrichs my spare-time, and also improve my patience.

  I also have made a lot of friends in the game, even though we do not know each other very well, we can make friends without hesitation. Sometimes they give me some dofus gold, I use the gold to buy clothes in order to look beautiful. So I do not spend much money buying dofus kamas, but my friend has spent a lot of money on dofus kamas, he is poor now. But I sometimes buy some cheap kamas from other players, so I can save much money.

  I think everything has its good side and bad side, if you do it over, you will receive a bad result. This is an old saying of China, even though I still like this game very much.

  Now I reach a level of 40, so I can paly it skillfully, I think in the near future I will play more proficient.

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