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One fan in the question line even dressed as Lewis' "Vork" character from the "Game On" video, eight arms and all!Here's what they had to say about "The Guild," gaming and what happens when Felicia Day makes you play "World of Warcraft." CNN: How psyched were all of you when the "Game On" video bumped Katy Perry off the top of i Tunes? Lewis: I'm OK with, I mean, I don't hate Katy Perry. Parikh: We were 2 overall; we couldn't beat Kenny Chesney.

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The two Qs look like crying eyes.] And for me, I read a lot of fantasy and grew up playing some RPG games and some Ultima and stuff like that. In fact, I specifically stayed away from it because I didn't want the addiction.

And someone had already written a funny show about it, so I couldn't turn that addiction into something profitable, like Felicia [Day] did.

So I didn't play Wo W specifically, but I knew all the terms, roughly what they meant, and Felicia filled us in with stuff we didn't know. The president of Blizzard [the game company that distributes "World of Warcraft"] was a fan of the show after the first couple seasons. And we all got free subscriptions to play around and got hooked for a little while. It was intense for about two months, but then the real world came calling.

We got a tour, and everybody there was awesome to us. I like to play games that I can beat, that have a beginning, middle and end.

We actually appeared in the "Ever Quest" documentary called "Ever Crack." We shot on set of "The Guild" just a tiny little thing where we're playing hard-core fans with the creators of "Ever Quest." But I didn't actually get into that game either. Parikh: See, I feel like I have to segment my life.

"Ever Quest" was really hot during the end of my college years, so I was like trying to get good grades. Lewis: I have the keyboard skills, just for playing Wo W for a year straight after I got addicted. Parikh: I don't know, I played like the old, the "King's Quests" and those games, so my keyboard skills are probably pretty raw. Soon, hopefully, I'll have no controller and be playing with that new thing Microsoft has, Kinect, which would be rad. My computer is for work/stalking my friends on Facebook. CNN: How do you create buzz for your online series?

I understand the characters and what's going on, and I have a lot of friends who do the exact same.

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