Poet at Large Reviews, TV, The Guild   Leave a comment

There is a TV series I found on Netflix called The Guild.  It is a parody of the worst possible situation when one gets addicted to a MMRPG or Massive Multiplayer Role Playing Game.  One of the best known MMRPGs is World of Warcraft but there are others.  The show is very funny and the characters both lovable and pitiable,  even if some times you do want to slap them.  The show begins when a female member of a online playing guild has a male member of her guild show up baring flowers and seeking a real life relationship when she has never met him or any other members of her guild in real life before.  The antics of her and her guild mates as they try to balance real life with online lead them into troubles and deeper friendships as the series continues.  The sixth season episode has appearances from Brent Spiner (Star Trek: TNG), Grant Imahara (Mythbusters), Kevin Sorbo (Hercules), Stan Lee (God of Marvel Comics) and many other popular stars.  I do recommend the series for anyone who likes comedy video games and science fiction/Fantasy.  Even if the characters are parodies you might see a bit of yourself in them, and if you can still laugh you are better for it.

On a different note the addiction to MMRPGs is worth studying.  I will be trying out some of the more popular MMRPGs for review.

From The Poet’s Mouth,

Lyda Mae Dameron


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