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If the CoE community is dependent on the mmorpg.com forum for success, then it's completely fucked. A sizable portion of the posters here are emotionally invested in its failure. There's no way to leave a "good' impression with them. The ones I'm referring to are only interested in its complete and utter failure and nothing else with assuage their fragile egos.Interitus said:When i was more involved in the community I saw that information shared fairly quickly. I have no reason to doubt his claim.mystichaze said:As I said, so you say. Frankly, I don't believe anyone in that group would be stupid enough to share the information with you.. *Shrugs* But who knows.
I understand the desire to defend something you invested time/money into. But i have to say some of the responses I've read here don't put the CoE community in a good light. If COE is a success will people remember some of the behaviour here and maybe put off in playing. We want to leave good impressions.
LOL. You guys are so sad. You really are.OrangeBoy said:I never said so and so was impossible, I said that the mindset where everyone should be praised solely because said person believes he's a pioneer of something without reasonable analytics is something that justifies the "participation award" mindset.SedrynTyros said:How do you know what is and isn't possible in the realm of technology? Do you not even experience a slight tinge of irony at just how fucking stupid that assertion is?OrangeBoy said:The attempt to create something new? THAT is noteworthy. There's risk involved. It's hard. What you guys are doing? It's as valuable as a fart in the wind.Sounds like the ending of that movie, Ratatouille. You know where the critic is talking about blah blah blah.
Aiming for new frontiers is fine, but if you believe every person to be noteworthy simply because they promise the impossible, then I guess we know what the true circle jerk is.
Back in 2014, I took a flight on a commercial airline that lasted a few hours. I flew in the air ... like a bird, somebody in 18 century might have said. When I landed I checked facebook on my cell phone. During that journey, I probably did a dozen different things that people in 1776 would have claimed were impossible.
Something is impossible ... until it isn't.
Sure, maybe CoE fails, but maybe it doesn't. If everyone gave up when somebody said they were going to fail, you wouldn't be able to post your asinine comments on this forum because the internet wouldn't exist.
Btw, I'm glad you flew a plane for the first time, thank you for sharing your experience. I will make sure I defer back to this post whenever I comment about what's feasible in a MMO