The Warcraft Iii Adventure

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The Warcraft III Adventure
June 7, 2013

PROLOGUE: The Adventure Begins

When this homework was assigned last Saturday, I knew then that this was going to be an adventure.

I have never played Warcraft-DOTA before but, I am aware that it is an addictive game. I know this because my 20-year old nephew, still a third year industrial engineering student up to this day, was an excessively avid player. Two years of his college life were wasted because of his addiction with the game. He could have been graduating this year if not for the addiction. Thus, when I heard from Professor Nicart that the game has been lauded by no less than The Harvard School of Business because of its contribution in developing management skills, I was intrigued. Then, she said we have to play the game at least 30 minutes a day for the next 5 to 6 days, I was amused and thought to myself that my nephew would have a blast when he hears about this. Hence, the adventure for me began even before I would play the game.

CHAPTER ONE: Acquiring The Warcraft-DOTA File

I had a very busy schedule ahead of me this week. I thought that in order to have this homework done, I had to finish it as soon as possible. So, as soon as I got back home last Saturday, which was about 7:30 PM because electricity in our area only came back around that time, I immediately searched if the “Warcraft-DOTA” file was installed in our computer. It was not. I also searched the other laptops we had at home and I didn’t find one. I went online to search a downloadable program file for free but, I only found files for demo purposes.

I had no plans of asking my nephew for help but, I had no other choice, I had to ask him for a copy of the program file. So, I sent him a message saying I need it asap. He replied, “Hahaha. Wala na po ako installer nun. Lumang game na po kc ‘yun. Wala na ata naglalaro…...

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