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Genuine question here

Massive_Stain
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I have mained a tank since day 1. I now have a tank on every class. I've tanked near all content minus vcr3, and Kynes last boss hm.

I will keep it short. I have a crush on my healer. I have tried to sort this out mentally. I will NEVER act on it. There are multiple reasons I won't. I won't list them here.

Is this a normal thing? Genuine responses only.
I'm a Banana fore life
  • tsaescishoeshiner
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    With the level of detail you've provided, no one can know, but who cares whether it's normal or not? Or can know what you should do without knowing more. Please link us the r/relationships post if you make one because I'm suddenly very invested in this now.

    Someone else in your group might have a better perspective than us forum randos lol
    Edited by tsaescishoeshiner on July 6, 2020 4:28AM
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  • SidraWillowsky
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    I know four couples who met in various MMOs and a few others who have, in the past, dated people they met in an MMO. It seems to be a very normal and not uncommon thing.
  • SmukkeHeks
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    Love is always normal? Okay, maybe not always and maybe not normal. But it’s love?!

    I’m rooting for you. ESO love story coming our way 😍
  • Mayrael
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    A friend of mine from school met his wife in WoW :) They are raising their first child now and as far as I know they are awesome couple :) You have similar interests, thats a start! I personally met my wife on web, not in a game but on web, it was long before Tinder, Facebook and such, at that time it was pretty unusal but TBH I can't imagine I could found anyone better :)

    Getting to know each other online has some major adavntages:
    1. The most important part, at the very beginning you learn about someone's personality, their soul and interior. Whats on the outside doesn't matter and you can fall in love just in someone's soul :)
    2. Shy people are usualy more eager to talk, e.g. if my wife would met me in real first, she wouldn't even dare to talk to me, while on web, she couldn't stop to talk! :D

    Go for it, but remember: don't act wierd, don't stalk, don't be insistent, if someone says no it's not the end of the world. You're an unique person and if not this time, one day you will meet that one soul mate that brings smile on your face no matter what :)
    I am doing my best, but I am not a native speaker, sorry.

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  • Treb_U_Shae
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    I'm also invested now, and rooting for you, sir, along with the rest of the forum here! With great risk comes great reward, epecially with matters of the heart. Speaking from experience on this one. Please update us on your adorable Tamriel love story! 💘
  • Pyr0xyrecuprotite
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    The Tank/healer relationship is intense if you do a lot of trials or even vet dungeons. I can understand how a crush might develop. That said, there needs to be more to it if you want an ongoing relationship, especially considering how most people move on from specific games after a year or two. (You can't count on ESO being around forever, especially after TES VI comes out.) You can either make a first contact - and potentially move forward OR wreck a perfectly good healer situation (very awkward for the other person if they are already in another relationship), - or leave the situation as is and never know if they are just waiting on you or not. Definitely a high risk/(potential) high reward situation. I would not initiate any relationship-type contact though unless prepared (and financially able etc.) to move across the country. Not fair to expect the other person to do that for you.
  • SmukkeHeks
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    Who ordered the slice of realism? 😒
  • stewhead2ub17_ESO
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    lol what??
  • DTAmoral
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    Love wins, good luck buddy!
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  • Nestor
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    Couples that Game Together, Stay Together.
    Enjoy the game, life is what you really want to be worried about.

    PakKat "Everything was going well, until I died"
    Gary Gravestink "I am glad you died, I needed the help"

  • tsaescishoeshiner
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    OP, here's the kind of bare minimum info that would help us actually weigh in (all optional, of course):

    1. Your gender
    2. Their gender
    3. Are they attracted to people of your gender?
    4. How long have you known each other?
    5. Do you have convos just the 2 of u about non-ESO stuff?
    6. Do you two have a bond?
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  • volkeswagon
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    i have seen a few romances start from the game in people I know so I know it happens
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