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Re: You've been playing Wesnoth too long when...

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797: You have a real life friend whom you accidently call by their forum account name.
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Rex Umbrarum wrote:797: You have a real life friend whom you accidently call by their forum account name.
HEY! no, using things that actually happen to people besides yourself. :P
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Rex Umbrarum wrote:797: You have a real life friend whom you accidently call by their forum account name.
798: You have a real life friend whom you PURPOSEFULLY call by their forum account name.
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- (...hesitates)
- Okay guys, do we start [a game] now, or shall I go home and recruit?

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799: You join these forums just to try to get in touch with Wesnoth because college has cut into too much of your time to play a game on the server.

800: Reason #799 applies to you

801: You managed to come up with 800 reasons of symptons of playing Wesnoth too long.

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802: You hear the Wesnoth theme music in your ears even though you haven't even opened the game yet. More likely means that you have played Wesnoth too long in one go. Happened to me after spending a whole night up and playing.

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803: You see a gardener using a blade on a long pole and feel like reminding him that besides Gerrick, nobody uses glaives.

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804: ... when you're suddenly overchallenged with Age of Empires (though playing it for years) because those goddamned enemies won't wait until you finished your moves.
805: ... when you dream that you earn some extra money by flagging ownership on garbage cans along the street. :lol2: (That's happened to me.)

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Actually happened to me:

806:
In your Algebra extra credit your 3's begin to seem like Saurian Skirmishers the way your mother draws them while helping you with math


807:
Some people actually come up with over 800 ways that your brain goes crazy for playing to much wesnoth.
You repeat someone's idea because you don't have time to actually read all of them

EDIT: Oops, didn't realize somone already said that.



808:
We stop playing
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809. You start creating Wesnoth maps in order to keep doing Wesnoth when you don't have enough time for full games.

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810: When have to judge every map on a scale of 1-10 of how balanced it is.
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811:When someone realizes that a game would take shorter than a map making session, if it were 1v1 match.
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812: You draw hexes in the margin on the draft for your senior thesis in an effort to try to plan out how you will beat the scenario you are currently stuck on as soon as you are done with your work.

813: You spend 10 minutes explaining to your professor why there are hexes on your paper, with no real luck.

814: You ask him if you can make a copy of the paper, as you think you have figured it out. (He thought it was hilarious.)
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815: When you finished voting, you looked for the end turn button.

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816: When voting, you vote for your favorite Wesnoth character as a write-in.

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