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Lol usually not the romance advise guy but you can't let other people force you to decide what game to play. If things get rough call Baba Ji. XDXDXDXDXDXXDDXDXXDXDXDXDXDXDXD (Personally why can't you have Wakfu and a real life girlfriend?)
Have you considered multi-men? I know multi-men might not be your preference, but you might like them if you give them a chance. They are very quiet and always helpful. Sure they might not be the strongest, smartest, or most useful; but they are there for you if you need them. They also never get jealous if you were to add another multi-man to the group. I am telling you just give Beezlebug a chance he is hotter than most people think and he is always on the market just waiting for a partner.
Cut back on your gaming hours per day and try to meet people or find someone who's also a gamer. Regardless of what you do playing more than 4 hours a day can usually be detrimental to any relationship.
My boyfriend is Chinese American, and I met him through Dofus many years ago. So playing games and being dlexus might not be so bad a thing for you, if you want to have a relationship and still play games. There's many parallels in the gaming community, and no reason you can't be another success in that regards.
I'd say give a relationship a shot. Most of them don't ever work out, even after marriage, but many of them do. It might take a while to learn how to act in a relationship (try to be opposite of how you are on the forums, unless the person you're dating enjoys that kind of stuff) try to be honest, open, and respectful. Some small amount of confidence helps too, you don't need much, just try not to always say the worst.
The rest is up to you in many ways. Take the time to live, grow, risk, and learn. It's what makes things in life way more meaningful. At least it seems that way to me. Good luck!
My boyfriend plays his own video games in the same room as me when I get on wakfu. I'm sure you can find someone who can manage. Though androgyous put a very valid suggestion you might want to consider.