Just a few days ago we discussed family-friendly gaming that the young'uns in the tribe can get involved with. The phrase "the family that plays together, stays together" was brought up, and that is the basis of today's Daily Grind too. This time though, we want to know how common it is in general to play an MMO with another member of the family. This could be something as intimate as a couple playing right next to each other at the same desk, or as far-reaching as relatives from all over the world tackling a group dungeon together.

So do you have parents, children, siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews or grandchildren that you get your game on with? Hopefully some of you have good stories to share in the comments section. Did your cousin Bobby get uninvited from the Sunday family dinner after ninja-looting? Did you first meet your future sister-in-law when your brother invited her to your family's raid group? Tell us about it, gaming families!

This article was originally published on Massively.