We then learn it is a wedding between her and another person in the game. I can understand it from a roleplayer’s perspective, if two are involved and getting married. Are these people really taking their relationship seriously, and having an in-game wedding to represent that?
That’s just liking continuing a story (a very shmaltzy, boring story, but a fictional story, nonetheless). In the case of my friend’s mother, we never really found out.
Yet there are people who haven’t ever roleplayed in their lives having big wedding events between themselves and making a big to-do out of it. Runes of Magic Also added an in game Wedding / Relationship system. To this day, I wonder how her husband stands her, but that’s really none of my business.
Friends show up, inventory fireworks are dispatched, and fake food and drink are imbibed by all for superfluous HP and MP. Personally, if I found out my husband was marrying some girl avatar in an MMO, I’d be right-peeved.
Something that I personally find to be extremely creepy and uncool. She was into Ragnarok Online, and she was (we believe) a happily married woman to my friend’s father.
Much like the otaku nerd who marries his virtual girlfriend on his Gameboy Advance (yes, that actually happened), people in MMORPGs tend to want to take their virtual relationship to the next level. One day, we’re all being nerdy and drinking sodas and cracking extremely intricate inside jokes when we notice she is having some kind of huge event on that game she always plays. The point is, what exactly is the point of an in-game wedding?
Your partner may be accessing the internet from a computer, tablet or mobile device, which can make it more difficult for you to monitor what they’re doing.
It's always best to talk with your significant other rather than spying on them, however.
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