Monthly Discussion: A Story Moved Me to Tears

Views: Date: Apr 23 2009 06:01:44
KeyWord: Monthly Discussion,World of Warcraft
Summary: My eyes became moistened. Whatever browser games or MMO games you playing, from when, we have lost the pure happiness we used to be so familiar with?

Recently, someone told me a story which nearly moved me to tears.

It happened on a Chinese server of World of Warcraft. A Druid player with the nickname of "Silly Lion" was hanging around in IronForge. A lvl 1 Gnome wanted to trade 87 Copper and a "22 Pound Catfish" with him, saying nothing but: song ni de, yu bie diu ( Keep them for free, don't lose the fish!)


Money, resources, items are not important to this Gnome. The only thing he cares about is that fish. Even he has decided to leave World of Warcraft, he still did not forget to ask the Druid not to lose the fish. You can imagine, he must be very very happy when he got the fish. This kind of happiness must be even greater than the happiness you feel when you gain an epic item……

My eyes became moistened. Whatever browser games or MMO games you playing, from when, we have lost the pure happiness we used to be so familiar with? From when, gaining epic items has become our ultimate goal and the only reason for playing game? But when we finally acquire complete epic sets, can we still find the pure happiness we wanted initially?

When, did you lose your fish?

A fish
can make you recall a friend
A fish
can evoke your thoughts
A fish
can light your face up
A fish
can bring back your lost innocence

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