Seven's Law (also refered to Seven's Law of MMOs) is an adaption of Godwin's Law pertaining to the likelihood of a comparison to World of Warcraft in any discussion of a Massive Multiplayer Role Playing Game (MMORPG) the rule is as follows:

As any discussion pertaining to any MMORPG grows longer, the probability of a comparison to World or Warcraft reaches one.

Seven's Law of MMOs (also refered to Seven's Law) is a modification of Godwin's Law pertaining to the likelihood of a comparison to World of Warcraft in any discussion of a Massive Multiplayer Role Playing Game (MMORPG) the rule is as follows:

As any discussion pertaining to any MMORPG grows longer, the probability of a comparison to World or Warcraft reaches one.

In some games and gaming forums when this law is invoked much like Godwin's law the person who made the comparison automatically loses the conversation and is shunned (The Tabula Rasa Beta is a big example there is an unwritten law that WoW must never be spoken of) the main exception to this rule is known as the "WoW exception" which states that A person cannot logically lose a conversation due to Seven's Law in a World of Warcraft forum, fansite chatroom, in game chat etc.
Gamer 1: So I like the way the teleport system works in Tabula Rasa.

Gamer 2: Yes its much more efficient than the flight points in WoW.

Gamer 1: Wow Seven's Law hit us quick today.

Gamer 2: You're right.
by C7 August 06, 2007

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