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Originally posted by maccarthur2004 A poll.
Need another option, the type that complains it isn't a sandbox.
I voted other because you missed, the guy in chat who keeps attacking World of Warcraft instead of just enjoying the game he is playing.
If I am playing a game I'm there to play that game, your obsession with WoW is annoying.
Mine is the Following in order..
1. Guild Leader or Leaders who think that because they are the leader that they deserve any loot that drops like extremly rare items, gear, or special mounts. What ever happened to DKP or Random.
2. Ninja looters: havent seen this type since my playtime in FFXI early years.
3. Brown Nosers: All they want is brownie points or kool-aide points.
4. The PVE raid leaders who swap out certain classes to beat a particular boss
5. The people who instead of having fun doing raids, wants only people who know the fights already, judge a player by gearscore, and Judge by achivements!
6. Pretty much can go on but I'm tired now!
Below is where we can disscuss and come up with new ideas for Sandparks!
Players who never listen.
The noob is great, you can teach the noob, you can even teach the child, you can't teach the ones who don't want to be taught. The ones the group tells 10 times not to go in there and wait and he does anyway, the one you tell 10 times to invis and he runs in without.
In our EQ guild, the question never was "does he have the gear" or "does he play well", it was always "is he willing to learn or not".
You can get the noob skills, you can get the noob gear, a stubborn player will stay a stubborn player, usually forever.
A stubborn player that does something wrong will keep doing it wrong month after month, other players will change their gamplay based on help from others.
Originally posted by ShakyMo Racist redneck morons.
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I find it amazing that so many people that are so easily annoyed choose to play in the same space as others.
Honestly, some of the responses here are a bit saddening. Remember, you aren't *in* traffic, you *are* traffic.
Originally posted by Iselin The dungeon rusher, rude, nerd-rager... really just one type.
Yep usually those three options are related to the same guy.
If it's not broken, you are not innovating.
Originally posted by xAPOCx Originally posted by FromHell Other, because of missing options: The one who thinks themepark is better than sandbox. The one who hates housing. The casual ultra casual. The zerger.
this for me as well
People that hate housing are just like people that hate dogs or cats. no real reason for there hate. just haters.
I think you both illustrate another type of annoying player in themeparks:
The guy who is playing the themeparks but makes sure everyone knows how much they suck and how much better sandboxes rule.
In addition, are there really enough people who actually 'hate' housing that they are a sub-group ruining themepark experiences?
No. There aren't. There are people who like housing and people who are indifferent and people who think the devs should have higher priorities. There is nothing to 'hate' about housing.
I picked other. But it's the guy that bla bla bla in my ear over vent when I'm trying to concentrate and comments how quiet I am. In game I keep my speech to game relevant topics.
So if I'm in a dungeon, shut the hell up unless you want me to accidentally to walk into a mob and get us all killed. Frack...I'm trying to stay focused over here.
Originally posted by Zorgo Originally posted by xAPOCx Originally posted by FromHell Other, because of missing options: The one who thinks themepark is better than sandbox. The one who hates housing. The casual ultra casual. The zerger.
And there are those like me who think that housing in theme park games that have dungeon finders would be a very bad thing. Having played WoW, I noticed that at max level the players just congregate in SW or Ogrimar and wait for their queue's to come up.
If you add player housing you are going to have an even more single player game than it is now. People just sitting in their house waiting for their queue to come up.
Theme Parks need more things that will get people playing together rather than give the players things that will seperate them from each other.
Now guild halls? those would be great, or player housing in a sandbox game? Great. But player housing along with a dungeon finder would equal empty streets and no player interaction.
The know it all
I voted the nerd rager, but specifically I was referring to sandbox fans who play themepark games knowing full well what they are and then proceed to rage about them not being sandboxes.
I suppose this could also be under the 'child' category though.
Voted the rude, as it pretty much describes all of these things in one nutshell.
I also very much despise the so hardcore raid leader that has forgotten that hes actaully supposed to have fun.
If you start screaming at people I'm out, It's entirely unnecesary.
If It gets to that point, you've already failed as a leader.