Silkroad: Interesting game
Today was Sunday I have no important things to do so I have more time to play my favorite Silkroad Online game. I have played this game for half a year. I played by myself. I had no friends in the game. There once some player wanted to add me for their friends. But I refused their invite because that I could believe them in virtual world. I thought that they were all gaining my silkroad gold. The entire world is full of cheating. I had to be careful. I took tasks as usual, but I did not know I was in danger. When I found that I was in danger, I have no time to save by myself, at the moment, a strange player came to my side to help me. I was very grateful of his helping and want to give him some sro gold. But he did not accept, he said that help player is his lift a finger and was not care about the gold. I was surprised that he did not accept the important silkroad online gold. He did not want gold so I could not say anything to him. We separate respective and go to along the contrary directions. I found that there were many players were playing together. They were all happy and laughing together. Suddenly, I had a little envy their living of playing. And I wanted to have a good friend to accompany me to kill monsters together and create our collective house in virtual world with cheap silkroad gold. I saw a player was fighting with a monster. I want to help him. I came to his side quickly and helped him to kill monster. After killing the big monster, he thanked for me. I smiled to him no thanks. I asked him that what about we became good friends and as so we can kill the big monster easily. He smiled to me OK. I was very happy that have a good friend is a beatific thing. First we used our silk road gold to set up our house that if we were tried we can go to our house to have a rest. I found that my original idea was not right and extreme. In face, in the world, there are also good people. These need your humor heart to find. I am very happy that I can have such a good friend. He always helps me without any remuneration. And my personal road is end forever.
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