Sunday, June 7, 2009

The Perfect Gamer

There's one type of gamer that I really hate. Specifically, one type of World of Warcraft gamer.

You know those players who look down on other people because they're 'casual' or 'don't play enough'?

The same ones who think that Ensidia and people like Cautious are bums and have no life.

For some reason, these "Perfect Gamers" have achieved the perfect balance between hardcore and casual. SRSLY? LOL NO U.

What I see is a bunch of insecure hombres who are compelled to bash everyone else to make themselves feel better. So what if Johnny Casual doesn't raid 5 days a week? So what if Jimmy Hardcore feels like playing WoW the whole day? We all pay the same monthly fee as you do, why should we enjoy the game we love any less?

Casual or hardcore, we all deserve to live and play in Azeroth the way we want to. Live and let live - don't hate. Other gamers do not have to play as much as you do in order to qualify for fun. Fun is for everyone, dude!

Going further, people who buy wow gold shouldn't be discriminated against. I mean, it's totally a part of the game. Ask yourself this - how is buying gold any different from a high level player giving a few thousand gold to his/her friend? Both involve someone working to earn the gold and both involve someone giving it to the other. It's a matter of someone having time or resources to achieve a goal.

Like, should I not be allowed to eat pie if I don't know how to bake it? I like pie.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not to be a dick about it, seeing as I have bought gold before... but the difference is you said high level players would GIVE gold... Paying for something which basically has no actual value is really kind of ridiculous, which is why I only did that once, after all... But between someone giving me 1000G, which has happened, or to pay for it, there is definitely a difference

June 13, 2009 at 5:43 PM  
Blogger WoW Gold Pig Blog said...

No problem dude. The thing is, while the actual gold might not have a value - the time and effort spent to earn it does.

Much like how anyone can cut hair, but we pay more for the expert barbers and stylists to do it.

June 14, 2009 at 6:23 PM  
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June 21, 2009 at 8:51 PM  

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