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Ohh, i will say it all, alright (B*tch) lol
This list is kind of bogus. For one, why can't people talk politics in an online game? I'm a poly sci major; I live and breath politics...
@Darkstorn They shouldn't be discussed in online games, I discuss politicts and such when people will accept other views as their own, and respect them but many a times people gaming online wouldn't or they'd get bored since it doesn't interest them, I personally concern myself with political matters since it is important but I don't discuss them unless someone else brings it up usually. That being said I can't agree more with 6, everything gets gay and everyones a f4g, f4g isn't even used in the sense of someone being gay anymore but just a word for I don't like you. And as for one, if they're dumb enough to do that their identity DESERVES to get stolen, I don't put my real name anywhere unless I have to, I don't have a facebook but if I did I wouldn't put my real name for security reasons, employers looking at it, family stalking me on there etc
What is this guy talking about!?, I was expecting this article to be funny or something. what a letdown who the heLL talks about any of this stuff?
I lol @ people who are stupid enough to say things like this.
Never ask "do you want to trade dlck pics?" Doesn't go over well.
I see you have first-hand experience...
worked for me!!! just kidding for all the people who take things too seriously...
Eh, not exactly what I was expecting. But decent enough article. More referring to MMOs (Seems like).
10. Blizz does this in WoW. Real money for realm change or faction change. Of course, I would never do that (I like being Alliance and Alleria (where one of my online friends is on)), but some would rather be in a different place and play for a different team. There are always some PST people who want me to get gold for an "affordable price". I report those people. Gold is easy to get in WoW legit if you know what sells in AH and what doesn't. 9. I can't imagine someone asking this unless the person on the other side is in their guild or is someone that's on your friend list. That way, you know who it is and you know you can trust them. 8. Wonder if he knows that WoW does allow add-ons that help with gathering professions, the auction house, and that simplifies the interface (though WoW's interface is easy to learn). The glitches that FFXI went through were too involving to really pull off and be worth it. But yeah, add-ons in WoW (especially those coming from Curse.com) are perfectly fine. 7. Many people in my guild are friendly and will tell you how to do things regardless. This guy fails here because he doesn't consider the person's circumstance (in the middle of a raid or dungeon, manual not right there, etc.) when they would ask something like that. In a raid, you can't just drop everything and look through a 100 page manual or 300+ page guide that may not say what you need to do. 6. Trade chat, at least on my realm, has people talking about anything and everything. These games are part social, and no one at Blizz or SE is saying you CAN'T. I don't see why this matters to him. If he doesn't like that talk, then he should quit his guild and never go into Dalaran or anything like that. Many people, especially guild and trade chat, will do the dance with you, as long as it's within the common sense rules that the game puts up. 5. All I gotta say to him about this is to play FFXI up to level 60 or so and then come back and try to say that so easily. 4. I just report spam on them, because most is for the "buy gold from us" thing. 3. Same as 5, but if a line IS crossed, TELL A GM! Don't be afraid to do that. But yeah, have some thick skin, especially when reading trade chat. 2. Being a beggar? That's being idiotic. Asking your guild for help getting something? Not so much. Again, he's making this point too inclusive. And you could be "begging" for someone to join a raid group, too. Is he considering that, too? 1. I wonder if THIS guy was stupid enough to do something like that.
When i was playing cod4, somebody messaged me asking if they could have my username and password to download the map pack, like wtf no! How stupid are some people, buy it you cheap mofo's!
i hawe a rule of my own for such stuff "newer talk about religion in any form what so ewer" because if you do its going to start a religion debate, thats going to turn into an argument, thats going to turn into a fight, thats going to end in someone leaving the sesion
#1: "WoW is better." or "Halo/CoD is better." People go buck-wild if you say any of these two, lol.
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