I have repeatedly tried to expose the clique of 20-30 players and a few GMs who want to control all aspects of this game. I have been repeatedly attacked for it and expect as much. But as a paying customer I expect no more or no less for the money I pay than the next guy. But this has proven to not be the case.
First there is the matter of my account being tagged telling the GMs to not answer my calls. I was never told of this until a GM let it slip. So why would a supposedly legitamate game company secretly tag players to be denied game support? Was it because I made too many GM calls in the first week of the telling due to complete lack of documentation? I have played dozens of online games and this is the first and only one that doesn't even have a beginners guide.
Then there's the lie told by the elitist players that part of the fun of the game is trying to figure everything out. Well while the new players are trying to figure everything out the elitists are out passing all the tests for cheap, snagging all the best spots and trying to get control of all the ore veins using the knowledge they have from the previous telling.
Also whenever there has been a discussion on the ENN channel not once has a single one of my comments been posted. Is this more discrimination by eGenisis because I question their practices?
Lastly there is the matter of the monkeys. No item flaunts this eGenisis sponsored Elitism more than these items. At no time should an item be introduced into a game that: A) Is not related to game play in any way. cannot be obtained from within the game by any player.
All attempts to get answers about my GM ban and other question of eGenisis practices through email have been unanswered.
This unfair treatment of myself, and I am sure others too, and the eliteist agenda promoted and encouraged by eGenisis must stop.
It is the duty of a game provider to treat their paying customers fairly and evenly and not secretly penalize certain customers for undisclosed reasons.
No game provider should ever encourage the game be control by a certain group of players in cahoots with staff members.
When a person subscribes to an online game the provider implies that it is a fair game and every paying customer has an equal chance to advance.
Any policy practiced by the provider contrary to that constitutes misrepresentation of the product.
Secret discriminatory practices may be construed as defrauding the paying customers.