|Pilgrim1099 Wrote:That sounds interesting because I used to play D&D in the old days, but recently I checked out World of Warcraft's starter edition for free and was amazed by the sheer scale and scope of the game online.
Just wait until you discover the sheer scale and scope of obnoxious, immature and elitist players in WoW. I played the game for over 4 years from when it first came out and quit in disgust due to the 20+ year olds with the maturity of a spoiled 10 year old.
Edited to add: A MMO is only as good as it's player community.
I don't doubt the unruliness of the players on WoW because I was curious about the MMO for a long time until now. As an artist and game designer, I wanted to see how it actually works online and learn what makes it so effective, or not.
So, yes, I'm not surprised about certain players who are going to give us a hard time, however it's all about common sense and dealing with the fools. But I think the most interesting thing about the game is the psycho-social aspects of it and meeting players 'virtually' there, almost as if you're zapped into the Grid