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We have all responsibilities and obligations in the real world: a full-time job, the big exam that you've been dreading for weeks, the moment your kid decides to learn about gravity by jumping off the back of the couch and onto his or her sibling ... WoW time is a precious commodity -- and to some, a very rare one at that. We don't always get to play the game when we want due to real life, and sometimes we might plan a night of WoW only to have something come up at the last minute

I recently had a medical procedure done and was told to relax over the next three days. My fiancée went to visit friends that Saturday and had to work Sunday. She told me to play WoW while she gone so that I wouldn't hurt myself trying to do things around the house I wasn't supposed to do. The only thing that stood between me and my precious WoW time was an ice pack that wouldn't stay cold for more than 30 minutes at a time. It was a surprisingly productive weekend. I was able to do all my dailies between my three characters. I ran Karazhan and Tempest Keep, and we took down Sartharion for the Nightfall title.

What would you do if you were able to play WoW all weekend without any interruptions? Would you farm until your bags were stuffed full of herbs and ore? Would you visit all the old content you missed when it was considered current, or would you dust off that lowly level 20 alt you haven't touched in six months?

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