RIP Tezza 2006-2007
This is a story of a Paladin that started at level 1, killing boars, wolves, and kobloids.
Then he slowly leveled up and started swinging his mighty hammer at murlocs. In time, he grew to be a very powerful Paladin who could not only deal damage like no other, but also heal his weaker companions when they were seconds away from being destroyed by the hideous orcs’ unsharpened blades.
Over a period of a year, this healing warrior grew to be one of the most feared combatants on in Frostmane. He was feared by Horde, NPCs, and even epic bosses. When he was in the group, the enemy knew they had a problem.
At 2:47 PM on February 16th, 2007, Tezza was sold to a gentleman in Washington for a measly sum of $400.
Big deal you say, I raised this guy from level one to his current status which is no small feat. It took over a year to do. However nerdy you may feel it is, this character was a part of me. I lived in a world as this Tezza character and now it’s over. It’s almost like having a baby, growing and bonding with him until age 2, and then putting him up for adoption.
I pose this question: can a game be too addicting?