priston tale: he is my lucky star

 I can still remember that I once watched a TV program which I heard the priston tale, in it, it is like an animals. It can be seen by a girl who lost her mother when she is young. So every time when she stays in a dark place, she will see some priston tale come to her, she is very afraid when she sees this. Maybe that time I did not know what it is. But when I know this kind of game, I find it is not afraid, but a good thing in the game, especially the priston tale Gold which can make me crazy. I know this game in an accident, at first I did not know this game and never heard this game before, but one time when I met a boy, who I do not know, he said to me and told me some sad things happened in him, I met him that time. He likes to play this game and he told me how to play it. He said to me that it is a good game and he had been played the game for about four years. Then he gave me some priston tale Money for free and taught me some skills for playing the game well. From that time, we often met together and every time he will teach me one kind of skill and then I will have a try in the game, every time it will be have good use. So I think he is my true friends because he can tell me the truth every time.

In order to improve our friendship, sometime when I accruing some difficult in my life, I will tell him and then he will help me to solve the problem with a easy way, just as in the game he will use a easy way to win some cheap priston tale Gold. So I think he is a clever boy, he is also handsome when solve the problems. I admire him a lot. And together with him make me feel safe and when the time playing the game, I never need to buy priston tale Gold for once. He gave me all the good skills and I still have much game gold in my account. I think he is my lucky star in my life, sometimes I will think that he is the god give me to help me and teach me some valuable things. So I thanks to him.

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