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Xasapis said:1.8 billion of racists and sexists morons worldwide ... I mean, sure, with that number it is inevitable that you'll run into a considerable number of them, but still ...Hariken said:I used to have a lot of friends that played video games. Now i know one person that does. And neither one of us tells our other friends we play video games still. In our circle its becoming an underground thing. All out other friend have quit playing because they think video gamers today are a bunch of racist and sexist morons.
Yeah well , you forgot a period at the end of your sentence.FrodoFragins said:
On one hand I think Metzen has some good points....on the other.....the freaking writers of these events are complicit in the fact they KNEW this would cause a huge community reaction. They also fed little bits of the story at a time on purpose so you WOULD jump to conclusions or at least speculate what was going on. Anyone who did not see this would divide the community is an idiot and shouldn't be writing for them....of course they knew! And the fact people have become emotionally invested in the lore should be celebrated. The reactions were not nerd toxicity, they were emotional reactions which most of the time are irrational regardless of the circumstances.
Saying that....I think a lot of Horde players are misguided in that they have been led on to believe the Horde were boy scouts all this time....I mean you have a race of freaking zombies on your side, come on.
As for Metzen, personally I could careless what he says about the game
It's couldn't care less. could care less means well - you could actually care less.
It's a big pet peeve of mine