My beginning of the Guildwars

Today was Sunday. I went to out to have lunch together with my friends. She is my best friend. She likes to play computer game. Every time I meet her, she is on computer playing her interesting gw gold game. She always forgets to eat something when playing the game. She often asked me to take food for her. I usually stay home to read book. One time she asked me what I was doing, I told her I was reading .she said she would teach me how to play game. She said she found a site selling cheap gw gold than all the other site she used before. I was not interested in all kinds of game, I told her. She laughed. Without saying anything. I did not know what she would do, she is a mysterious girl sometime. After finishing lunch, she told me something about the game to me though I know nothing about it. And at last she suggested that now almost everyone know computer game time, I should learn to play game. The game will make my life interesting. I said nothing. She said she wouldl teach me to buy GuildWars Gold and play the game.She asked me to go her home after lunch. She showed the game for me. In fact it is a very interesting game though I do not know how to play it. So I asked her to play and I watched. When she was playing she showed her Guild Wars Gold to me. Oh my god, she has so much money in the game. And show her friends in the game. Which was boy, which was girl. How did they cooperate in the game to help each other when meet monster. At first the character level was low, and it would be higher up day by day along the time you play the game. If you think your level is too low you can buy power level play for your account from the game site. You can sell your gold in the game if you have too much money to keep. When she was telling me the interesting things,a character in the game found her to buy her equipment. She told the guy she would not sell it. And the guy said thanks and left. It is so interesting. We stayed at her home all the afternoon. She tought me how to play the game, and let me to play myself. I created an account myself. and buy some GuildWars money And make some friends in the game including my best freinds. As a newer, they were very kind to me.  

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