As I said, previously one way that my brother dealt with the death of our father was by engrossing himself into another world. Really, is this so bad?

Many people when face with a some type of setback, hardship, or loss turn to horrible and life destroying vices. Such as alcohol, drugs, and self-afflicting pain. However, he chose to fall into a fantasy world. One where he can control everything at the little finger tips. Creating a life and compound that depended on him and that he took care of. Creating a community that knew and respected him. Unbeknownst of the hardships he may have been facing.

A moment of not having to think about our loss.

After watching him and having the game explained to me, I immediately downloaded the game onto my Mac. Once I started playing, I became an avid member of the fantasy world and game. I love this game. It was living in one of my favorite novels of all time by J.R.R Tolkien, The Hobbit.

In the beginning, I would play for hours at a time. With the aid of my brother, I became a powerhouse. Soon we joined forces and created a dynasty. I mean we were and are a force to be reckon with on WYD.

If you get into the game, find me and mention this blog and I will hook you up with a small fortune and a skill set to make you money.

That way you can create your own dynasty.

As I mention briefly in my about me page, my kid brother put me up on this game. On that day of destiny, I entered his room a concerned and returned a fantasy world gamer to the fullest degree.

My brother was at his computer. However, as I entered his room he turned his attention to me. What can I say we have always had a great relationship, the two of us? As I stood there talking to my brother about our father, his death, and our mom’s concern with his life now. I noticed that he kept glancing at his screen

Now I am a game of sorts, so this did not offend me…well at first it did not. As I continue to talk and he kept looking back at his computer screen, making this strange face. He was wincing every time he glanced at the screen. I mean the dude had real life pain and despair in his eyes. Like something, crucial was happening and I was keeping him from saving the day.

Curious, I ask what he was playing.

Excitedly he explained the concept of the game, what he was trying to accomplished, and his staged to do so. I was intrigue by in depth and detail this game seem to be to my brother. It was as he was in a whole nether world. In which he controlled everything.

Before I know it, three hours have passed with him playing and explaining this terrific game to me.

As soon as I made it home, I downloaded the game, nine years later I am still an avid player.