I know a lot of you guys are WoW players, and I've heard so much about it. The thing is, INFP is leaving again for at least four months to a depressingly rainy, windy town in the middle of nowhere without much to do and it's going to be in the dead of winter and he might need something to hold him over. I think an online game where we can play together might be fun and, well, you know, be able to give us something to 'do together'. Since we both like fantasy, WoW seems like the obvious choice.
We're aiming to play quite casually, leveling up together, etc. We are not trying to be at a very high level. He's set on his character as a goblin shaman already, so I guess I'm going to play a blood elf so we can team up.
How possible is it to 'beat dungeons' with just two players? We don't want to join guilds and socialize with other people (unless perhaps they are very casual players too). We just want to do our own little PvE thing. Also, I've played Runescape before a long, long, long time ago and I found that I enjoyed making things more than killing things. I might be more comfortable playing a healing class of some sort.
So, dear WoW players, any thoughts or suggestions? Is WoW the best choice for something like this?