Dofus: my favorite game
I am usually tired after hard work. I usually play the game after work. Today after returning home, I logged in game again. I feel a little comfortable after playing it.
I have been playing the game for long time. I still remember I was a new one in the game. There were no one know me. I had no dofus kamas to play the game, so I had no many friends in the game. I did not join in PK game. After some time I began to familiar with the game. I had many friends. One time my classmate asked me to download the game for him. I watched him when he was playing. He asked me to teach him. I am 70 levels after 3 month. I began to wear sliver clothes, use the better sword. It feels better with better equipment. But after not long time, my account lost. It was a pity. I did not know who got all the equipment of mine. I did not forget my favorite sword. I had to buy dofus kamas for another time. I want to play the game very much. I would be careful next time.
I began to my newer travel. I was single during this time. I joined a team when I was 60. I was just enough to take part in them. There were lots of people in the team. The leader was a tall man. He was not very good long time ago. Now he was better after long time and cost much kamas. He has a wife who was come from another city. I did not like her very much. I did not want to speak with them. I just played the game when I came in the team for the first time. I wanted to be higher in short time. I played for the level every time. The leader always asked me to take some worse item for him. I was interesting in it, so I took for him without paying dofus gold. I could get some experience from it. I made some friends in the team. I wanted to play the game very much. The super player could help me lots of things. It was good feeling to play with them. When I was short of game gold I asked help from them. They can help me to get cheaper dofus gold. I could save lot of money every time.
I play the game just for relax after work. I usually met professional player in the game who play the game to make money. I hope I can meet a professional player who can help me become a super player.
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