Dragon's Call better than sex?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

A recent contest held by Dragon's Call official shows some interesting views about the game and sex. Many players intended to compare the game - Dragon's Call with their girlfriend and wrote a funny joke about it. Meanwhile, another Dragon's Call Facebook event called "What's your in-game Tarot Card" ran out of 500 gift keys in one day. How did these happen?

"One sec, Running Instances with my new apprentice"

Actually, game and sex are not two comparable topics, but it's pretty understandable for young adults to get everything related to sex during the adolescence. (Most young adults, especially male, have a sex impulse in every 30 minutes according to science research and personal experience.) A creative event theme would certainly call out their imagination and creativity in this aspect, just like this contest called " You know you've played too much Dragons Call when...” Players only need to scan the memories in their gaming life and complete this sentence to depict a real situation or a joke. So there we go, a player named Mammotherection wrote - You know you've played too much Dragons Call when...you say "One sec, Running Instances with my new apprentice" when your girlfriend is already naked in bed. (Note: Instance and Mentor-Apprentice are two major game features in Dragon's Call). If a smile appeared on your face, check out more creative entries underneath this News.

And no, no more entries for this contest now. It’s closed. But Dragon's Call official started another enticing event, called "What's your in-game tarot card" with tons of free gift keys on the event page. The first 500 gift keys were sent out in 24 hours instantly after the event page went live on Facebook. Luckily a lot more keys have been loaded due to the pressure of player replies in the official forum. So what are you waiting for? Click here.

Attachment - more entries in the previous event:

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when...

You find a note on the kitchen counter saying your girlfriend left you.

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when..

You get caught playing DC at work by your boss, and you end up wondering what items he would drop when you kill him in Hard mode

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when....

Your mom asks you to pick up something on the floor and you say“Inventory is Full.”

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when..

When my girlfriend can see the keyboard marks on my face at dawn

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when...

You invite your girlfriend to go instance rather than dinner.

You know you've played too much Dragon Call when..

You set all your clocks and watches to EST and set their alarms based on DC key reset times.

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when...

You’re scared to go outside, because someone might loot you.

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when.....

After you go to sleep, your dreams are like the instances, moving box per box, and scrolling effect

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when...

You type in your DC password for your email account.

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when..

You're cooking and you wonder what kind of food you can cook if you have a +9 full stat kitchen knife

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when..

You write your Christmas letter to Santa and only ask for a full set of +9

You know you've played too much Dragons Call when .......

Your boss gives you a new assignment and you say: "Sorry I'm out of AP, try again at 8 am EST.."

 

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