>Give free money and items to newbies in MMOs
>Help them lvl up
>They show their appreciation like joyful little kids
>tfw I'm useful to somebody
>Give free money and items to newbies in MMOs
>Help them lvl up
>Get them through parts of the game whenever they ask for help
>They join some huge guild because they care more about endgame than actually sticking around and having fun
I nearly always enjoy helping newbies starting out in games.
If it's a competitive game, I also like to act as a personal bodyguard.
>Offer to give 1 gold to noob player in WoW.
>Tell him he has to type in all caps in chat: "I AM ARGO BUMFLUCKER, PLEASE FLUCK MY FACE RAW, I AM A MASSIVE FAGGAT." 5 times.
>Best gold ever spent in that shitty game.
>join relatively small, cozy RO private server
>couple hundred players on at all times
>help out those in need by leeching/tanking/partying, helping farm and providing gears among other things
>so good at the game you can solo strong monsters and mvps, help to clear monsters in dangerous maps/DB monsters some asshole spawned in a low level area
>help out so much you build a name for yourself
>everybody knows your name, holds you in high regards
>tfw that server is dead and gone forever by now ;_;
>create my own guild because everything else is nofun: the guild or ERP: the guild
>invite my friends so we can tackle dungeon together
>they all quit and join huge raiding guilds because our guild doesnt have enough capable people
>invite friends to my guild that got into the game a lot later
>they leave because no endgame
>create their own guild thats already bigger and more successful than you will ever manage in way less time than you played
>game has a feature where you can send gifts to random new players
>they're always happy to receive them and most of them want to talk to you and ask for some tips or guidance
>become friends with many of them
Atlantica Online was pretty cool
>game has a feature where you can send gifts to random new players
I love games with mail systems.
I created a gift giving character with a different name than my characters and any time I saw someone helping another player, be it on in town, on the server chat or on the forums, I would send the person who helped out a gift for being helpful and nice to other players.
Shit was so fun.
>Implying being a lone wolf isn't based and edgy as fuck
>mesican needs help on mhtri
>Literally begging for help, say ok
>Put on level appropriate gear so he actually has to help and learn something
>Gets mad and ragequits
And then mexicans took over tri, all of them were lazy assholes who had to beg their way through the game. I need to get 3u
>See someone on /v/ makes an account for a rather obscure MMO
>Send him a bunch of gifts to start out with
>He never logged in or did anything in the game ever since creating his account
Why did I spend all that money? I was just kinda excited to see someone else on /v/ playing it.
>fuck up really badly
>everybody in the group gets mad and starts insulting me
>get turned on
Does this ever happen to anyone else?
God damn SOA, teaching people that it's cool to play MMO's solo.
It does feel pretty badass to roll up and solo a boss though, especially when there's another player/party around.
>not being a solo player strong enough to beat bosses by yourself.
That's maybe the one single thing I enjoyed about GW2.
If you had a proper skillset and knew your shit you could solo those random event bosses that players always grouped up for because they'd die solo.
Still a shitty game though.
>tfw tell people about free game offers and stuff outside of Steam and occasionally tell people about chanses to get free games from threads
>Most people say thank you and some even give me games
Karma is a lovely maiden
>hire newbies to do menial tasks over and over
>they're too stupid to see how I'm clearly taking advantage of them
>tfw virtual chinese gold farmer
>make mad dosh
>server gets shut down
>feed burgers to my rabbit
Did anybody else ever play this or seafight? What the fuck happened these were quality like half a decade ago
>Be all alone in MMO
>Wander around mindlessly
>Some high level comes over and helps me level a bit
>Don't feel alone for a change
>He's gotta go again
>Instantly close game and search his username and stalk him for the rest of the day
He never send me a friend reuest
That little greentext was about another game, but when they added the GE into Runescape, I actually got about two dozen people to run back and forth from that clothing shop to where I was lurking in the GE. They'd pay like 9 gold for the cape, I'd pay them 20, then go and sell the capes three feet away from where I was waiting for 100.
>Start playing EVE
>Start up a conversation with a guy in the starting area
>He gives me one billion ISK
>Quickly realize he ruined the game's progression for me
>Dropped EVE after two months
>Everyone I know is a consolefag that always complain about their laptops breaking down
>Playing mmos without friends
It's pretty terrible, every person I meet usually tried to exploit or murder me on sight, I pretty much run the moment a player shows up nearby.
>Blizzard gives me free time
>Find a low level in a mid level farming zone
>they come back
>fly up and out of the render zone
>fly back in 20seconds later
>he calls his friend
>stay up to avoid getting killed
>follow them around for 30minutes
>pretend i left by flying out of their render zone
>kill the low level again
>Continue for 4 hours
>Continue doing this to random people for the rest of my time
i almost considered re-subbing
you're a faggot
EVE isn't about grinding isk (like most MMOs).
it takes a lot of time and practice to "progress" in eve, training skills up, getting familiar with the PVP system and such.
isk is just a tool to accomplish your goals, replace lost ships, not get stressed out when you get blown the fuck up etc....
>Playing the game is no fun allowed
>people I don't know message me asking a question
Stop talking to me you faggots. I don't like you.
>Friends want to try an MMO
>Sure why not, those are usually great with friends
>They laugh about the silly looking races and marvel at the girls
>Quit ten levels in and it's back to LoL
>They've done this with other MMOs as well
All right, fucking cool.
>level 150 FOnewearl
>help level 1 kids run through areas to level up quickly
>they all think I'm godlike
>none of my gear or overall build is anywhere near optimal
It was a simpler time.
>Quit ten levels in and it's back to LoL
>mfw 70% of the people in my guild quit and went back to LoL
You're the faggotier of us two.
How do you not get burned out of a game where there's no consequences to your actions?
> not get stressed out when you get blown the fuck up
This right here.
ISK also relates to progression to some extent.
>game with open pvp
>head to newbie area to gank new players
>see one player
>attack but let him live since he can barely do damage
>after a minute, drop equipment for him to use
>he stops attacking and we start conversing for a bit
>show him the ropes and after a solid month of play, we are about evenly matched
>he starts thanking me for helping him during a time when his life isn't going so well(lost his job or some shit)
>"I raised you, and loved you, I've given you weapons, taught you techniques, endowed you with knowledge. There's nothing more for me to give you."
>"All that's left for you to take is my life."
>for a full minute he dodges all my moves until he starts to counterattack
>at first I was toying with him but begin to realize that he was outdamaging me so I decide to go all out
>when I reach less than 10% of my health, he relents for a bit
>keep going all out
>"DON'T MAKE ME DO THIS"
>He eventually delivers the coup de grace and kills me
>logoff the game permanently
It went full P2W, not just the simple you-can-pay-for-cash-boosts kind but literally whoever spent the most on pilot points or LF4s or whatever shit they added won. And it wasn't cheap or feasible to get elite items, even if you grinded on aliens for hours you probably couldn't afford 1 laser let alone 15-31 of them, so you were kinda forced to pay for a decent build. Then everyone started using bots to farm cash, everyone got mad at seeing those useless hacks making free cash on every map and it all went to complete shit from there
>join a warring clan on
RuneScape- get really into warring
>no fun allowed circle-jerk around the dudes pretending to be chicks
>leave and create my own clan
>seem to attract funny assholes and we constantly harrass and shit on other clans
>eventually take #1 on the warring ladder somehow
>then came time to go to Uni and get a job and a gf
It was so much simpler back then. I stayed in contact with a select few. And I still visit the forums from time to time and shitpost the clans that still exist.
>mfw a friend in WoW made me the Mechano-Hog just to pass the time
>Someone helps me into the game
>Shit at games
>Can't ever keep up
>They ask me to follow them and help out and I end up getting them killed
I'm sorry I'm so useless.
>Play as a chick in WoW because I've got a thing for badass women
>Some dude gives me free shit and helps me find places and capture pets
>Carries on for a while, he's a total bro the entire time
>Eventually asks if I want to exchange IMs and maybe date
>Dude thinks I'm a lady
>Don't have the heart to tell him I'm a man
>"Just want to be friends."
>He never talks to me again
I never believed women when they would talk about accidentally leading someone on without realizing, until I did it.
>Made like 5M in items every day using Crafting
>In the time I wasted trying to sell my wares I could have been making more shit and getting more supplies
>See some low level and offer him 50k in items
>I tell him he can run off and keep that shit or sell it and buy more shit from me at discounted prices
>Within a week I made 4 new millionaires selling my shit at prices so low all other merchants had to lower the prices or just not sell at all
>MFW their completely reliant on me to make dosh
Shit was a fun game until the admins pedophillia and stolen credit card scheme killed the server
Oh wow, she can kick! Surely i'll be dominated by her!
Fuck off, not everyone is an M. Besides wow that guy sure got dominated when the little shit asked him about being kicked.
>I also like to act as a personal bodyguard.
I had that happen once in Dark Souls.
>invading people in the Catacombs at SL 50 for an entire week as Black Knight w/ BKGA
>invade this one player three times
>third time I simply drop them a gift and leave
>get a message in japanese
locale changed to Japanese for porn, so GFWL sets region to Japan
>ask /dsg/ what it says
>they're asking for help through the catacombs
>drop my sign and help them along
>help them find second bonfire and black crystal out
>drop sign again and continue on, defend them from another invader
>help them take down all the enemies and slap Pinwheel
>get a last message thanking me
get another 5 minutes later saying they're lost no way of communicating back feel terrible and delete the character after no signs of summoning from them
I really like helping people out but I'd rather they not waste their time with me, no one wants me around.
>Name my character after a character from a kinda unpopular JRPG
>Everybody mistakes my character's name for a weapon in Castlevania I think
>Finally, one day a few years down the line I meet someone with the same name as me who named their character after the same thing as me
>Find out he has a clan that acts as a fan club for this game series with other players who are named after characters from the series
>Hang out all the time in game after school, grinding and doing quests
>We eventually claim a house in Varrock as our home/meetup spot
>Most fun I ever had in Runescape with these people, lasted for several months
>Time passes, runescape is slowly falling to shit
>My clan friends slowly, one-by-one stop logging on over time
>Gets down to just me and the original friend I met with the same name as me
>Breaks the news to me that he's quitting
>"Bye, these were great times. Maybe I'll log on and see you again someday."
>There I am, alone in our clan's house.
>All of these people on my friend's list with the red "OFFLINE" text every day until I finally quit runescape too.
>think chicks playing mmos is the hottest shit ever
>meet a couple
>realize that none of these people are gf material
>realize that you need a girl that doesn't play videogames at all for a non-hazardous relationship
yeah no, most are fatties or fugly
and the decent ones are usually either batshit insane, completely unemotional and -always- come with a baggage
if you found one that doesn't do any of this and plays vidya, cheers m8
>Give free money and items to newbies in MMOs
>Help them lvl up
>They start begging for money and items
Well fuck you then. When I used to do this, I would friend request somebody and help them later on if they didn't start begging.
No consequences to your actions? You'll lose the ship and have to replace it from your own wallet...
It's better to go out and pvp when a few mil loss per ship doesn't put a dent in your wallet, and you don't have to worry about going broke because you loose a fight.
I'd prefer that over running around doing mindless missions for months just to grind ISK.
That's not really progression, it might have been in other MMOs but eve is a bit different.
>Stay level 16 or thereabouts
>Wear Darkwraith armour, wield Dark Hand and Darksword
>Invade newbies in Undead Parish
>Not allowed to roll or sprint whilst they can see me; only slow walking
>Fight as an AI would; no backstabs, no tricky shit, no healing. Always give the host a fair chance.
>Not allowed to land a killing blow on the player until the Dark Hand has drained all of their humanity
>Rules are void for summoned spirits; can go all out on them, but never on the host
>If they manage to get my health down I'd back away and drop some items; if the player went straight for the items I'd drain another humanity before leaving their world, otherwise they'd be free to finish me off
>Losers were sent something along the lines of, "The Darkstalker has no use for you. Build your strength, Chosen Undead, and we will find you again."
>Victors were sent something like, "The Darkstalker is pleased. Do not believe the Kingseeker's lies: truth and freedom awaits in the Abyss."
Good fucking times, man. Got a lot of fan-mail pulling this shit as well.
I don't know, I figured they'd be disappointed when they'd see the region was false, a liar.
I tried dropping my sign around in the dark, nothing. And no messages.
No shut up.
>tfw teaching newbies
>tfw fighting a low level when high and you just sit there taking their hits that do absolutely nothing to you
>then you teach them how to properly fight
It's so cute!
You know It's pretty much impossible for me to dissociate Kaoru with her delicious navel.
>play game with co-op
There's this MMO I have played for years, and every few months I will go on just to fuck around for a few hours and then log off.
There's this open, any-level PvP zone called training grounds that people just chill in all day and it's the funniest thing seeing a low level come in and try to attack you or some other high level, and they do 5 damage. Always makes me laugh.
>Guild full of female High Priests
>they basically act as the guild's heal/buff/warp slaves at all times
>Constantly fantasize about fucking the different HPs in the guild
Female HP truly was the most sexual of any character class in an MMO.
SAO is now teaching kids about pretending to be a girl for free tips and money.
I used to get on Flyff and purposefully run around low-level areas to aggro bosses or give items to the guys either nearing or just coming out of getting a class. Last time I ran into a level 20 acrobat and gave her some level 30 set armor I never used, as well as a Bow of Accuracy +1 I had.
The person was so nice and thankful I just felt so happy.
Getting close to optimal conditions.
Can you get high level gear that LOOKS low level, or wear some as social/cosmetic over high level items?
>Try to talk to someone in an MMO
>No one talks to anyone
What the fuck happened to MMOs? the community in every single one has turned to shit.
I have given people stuff that you could sell for real money because I have built up such an absurd on in-game currency over the years, if they were cool enough.
Yeah, there's actually an entire equip for costume items over every slot(besides weapons and jewelery).
Fucking dungeon finders man. Dead serious. Used to be you had to actually talk to people to build up a community so you could progress through the game, but now all you do is hit a "Find Party" button and get warped to an instanced dungeon with peeps that may or may not be on your server.
Thank goodness BDO is doing away with that shit.
If possible, I just love to have low-level stuff on over the top of your actual gear, then just wait until some scrub attacks you and go:
>"You fucked up."
What game is this, by the way?
I have a huge problem with talking with people on games like Vindictus. I really don't know why, but whenever I start out I have massive anxiety about talking with anyone. Then when I get somewhat mid-ish in level or equipment I feel better.
If you want to be useful please do the human race a service by removing your gene pool from it
It's a really shitty old KMMO called Rose Online. The only reason I ever go on is because I never did that thing everyone likes to do when they quit an MMO(give away all their gear and money).
So I just go on every once in a blue moon to chat with my old clanmates, and fuck around with my characters.
Guilds are even that shitty too.
>join a guild
>Literally no one talks ever
>try to strike up conversation to no response
>leave the guild after 2 days
>rinse and repeat hoping I will find a guild that has people who want to have fun
>recruiting for guild
>9 year old on trial account
>feel bad they can't talk to anyone
>fly them around showing them all the cool stuff
>wonder if they are FBI
>not taking bait anyway
>they take off all their stuff and swim around
>'this is my friend who is 15'
>they swim around
>so much bait
>talk to them sometimes over months, usually them asking me to do something
>generally been a loner all my life
>decide to start playing MMO's
>"holy shit, this is so much easier than real life"
>constantly meeting new people
>always have someone to talk to
>no danger of dropping spaghetti
Hell, I think this is the only reason I still play MMO's. I need some social interaction in my life, I'd probably have died from loneliness by now if it wasn't for MMO's, or at least gone crazy.
I used to do functionally the same thing in the DJB till both my apprentices bailed. Don't know what the fuck happened to Fen, but at least Navrez had the courtesy to apologize and explain.
>used to have gf who played MMO's with me in the evenings
>she used to do this "kawaii" voice on vent to get guys into her
>used to make these qt alts and pretend to be a first time player
>have her infiltrate other guilds, get popular enough until she got officer status or something and access into their guild bank
>as soon as she had access, she'd wait until no one was online then steal every single fucking thing the guild had
>once everything was dumped onto my character she'd delete her alt
>our faces every time
Man that was good times.
>see a newbie about to be killed by a high level monster or enemy player
>heal the newbie right as hes about to die
>kill the thing attacking him
>Then they get mad at you for stealing their kill
As much as I'd like to think they'd be happy and see you as Superman or Hercules, you just know that these days they'd get pissy.
That tickled my chuuni bone
It's how the Antispirals did stuff
My experience in Guild Wars was made absolutely epic by a guy who did something similar.
Instead of items and such he gave me tips and endured my idiotic questions about the game and when I was ready for it even took me in to the guild he was an officer in.
I would've dropped the game if it wasn't for this guy.
We lost touch a long time ago but I still think about him. That guy was awesome.
I love you.
>Give free money and items to newbies in MMOs
>Help them lvl up
>These faggots go away and never give a shit about you
That's pretty fucking
rad actually holy shit.
Maybe they meant "Dodge" like a variation of missing when you attack or something.
That's why I never gave money to beggars, rather I opted to help someone level or something.
Ahhhh that was the best. Call me a giant faggot all you want but I felt like such a badass doing that. Waltz up in my event costume you could only get 7 years ago, full heal them and then do 7000 damage in one regular hit from my crazy ornate wand. Probably blew their mind.
>Low level in WoW
>Want to start a guild
>Costs like 5 gold, which was pretty much the GNP of North Korea at that time
>Finally get some, invite some people
>Still need a tabard, costs the GNP of the US
>Some random guys offer me gold for officer positions
>Figure I can use them for a tabard
>The instant I promote them, they start gkicking everybody
>Luckily I get them demoted before they can kick everybody
>Learn a valuable lesson about loyalty, corruption and why giving benefits for donations (especially when they border on admin powers) is a surefire way to kill your community
I only do if they can endure my constant teasing and dragging on of making them type in complete proper grammar. If so and they don't get annoyed or mad, then I give them something and instill upon them more tips or grammar.
>Give free items and money to newbies in MMO
>Help them with whatever they might need
>They show their appreciation
>I'm down on my luck and that newbie I helped in the beginning shows up, by chance, leveled way higher than me
>He remembers my kindness and helps me out
>mfw my kindness has been repaid
I don't care how entry level anyone claims the series is, it's always going to be one of my favourites.
>no one gives a shit about you
Ha ha ha ha, every time.
Every time. Ha ha ha ha ha.
Ha ha ha.
>Find that one good guild that is both active and has a good community
>One day the admin either vanishes or there is some guild drama
>Guild dies and everyone leaves
>not having a paranoid rogue GL who still used duckybank directed to his alts in 2012
He was also super autistic in how the council decided progression loot, going as far as requiring weekly character screenshots so he could perfectly optimize the stats for each raider.
/m/ can eat shit, TTGL is and always will be my favorite mech animu
Maybe it's a video game-based series thing.
>Game has a theme of POWER OF FRIENDSHIP
>You can choose to say FUCK FRIENDSHIP and go maximum-edge
>You get a bunch of badass combat bonuses for doing so
That's not hard when it's the only mech animu you watched.
>Play as grill because customization and style
>Build up reputation for not being a cheap piece of shit in fights
>Also build reputation for awesome custom outfits and style
>Get some fans
>Join an RO server
>Be a drama whore
>Everybody knows my name
This is one of those games where I must see for myself regardless of what appears to be on the surface.
Nothing can be worse than Brawl.
>Go around town naked
>Tell people my angry brother deleted my stuff
>Ask for a little money from people to help buy new items
>Get thousands of dickheads to 'help' me and get rich
>Send money to other character
>Buy all items on the Auction House and sell them for a much bigger price
>Play a medic/healer in ANY game
>They get mad when you heal them because they want to be cool and not need heals
>When they die they blame you for it
There's no winning with these people
>still playing MMOs in 2014
Because I started dating her when I first started /fit/ and after a few months I started noticing that as I was progressing, she was regressing, and was also starting to have insane jealousy issues. I eventually realized I would do better, and I did a good amount of times.
Either keep healing or leave em. If they're ungrateful faggots then heal them until they learn or leave, or you just leave and find someone else to heal.
What games nowadays allow a proper healer and support character anyways? Most of the time they seem to be like a paladin or some fighter combo.
>Help noob in maplestory
>give him 1 mil
>a week later he became level 70
>I helped him get a mount and helped him become a Spearman
>We never spoke after he moved to a new state
I hope you are doing fine out there BaseDex
The entire "entry level" argument is just a way for faggots like /a/ to make themselves feel important, like boasting about the number of anime they've watched. Because even they know they've got nothing better going on in their lives.
>implying /v/ is any different
How's Maplestory as a quick 'I guess I'll play this because I'm bored with nothing to do' game? I don't plan on optimising or joining up with people, just as a spare time-sink
Why hasn't /v/ tried to play an MMO together that isn't FF/WoW?
I would like to play with you guys. We had a /vg/ guild on Ragnarok 2 that was a blast. We went on an ethnic clearing conquest in the PvP conquest area and took on several big name guilds with like 15 people and usually upwards of 30-40 on the other side.
And we'd win.
>Be a drama whore
It seems like whenever you join a server (in any game, really) there's always that guy everybody knows. It's not because he's good at the game, or because he's nice to everybody.
It's because he's a self centered shitbag who has to be the center of attention at all times. He probably has some sort of special title, like DONATOR in big flaming letters, and there's always somebody sucking up to him, usually several people competing for his attention.
If you're playing an FPS with server wide voice, he will be conducting all communication through this, even if everybody else is typing in chat.
>start playing a new MMO with friends
>zoom ahead because playing at their pace is slow and I hate it
>always the strongest, most experienced and richest
>can't play with them because I'm so far ahead
I used to do this.
For example in RIFT there's these neon lights you can use. I would stack up on about 200 of them. Hop on a bear mount and I was the Defiant Police. I had macros to signal sirens "REEERO REEEEEROOO" and I would press keys to alternate between using red and blue neon lights.
I'd do this while chasing down people who had PvP active. It was great.
Because he was a bro in Vanilla/BC and knew how to keep drunk idiots scattered in various netcafes around the state organized.
The scrutinized raiding and upkeep was only during the first month or so of progression, then it went to pure comical challenges of running PUGs for the rest of the tier.
10 years later and I STILL can't fix it.
>go into low level areas
>start killing every fucking newbie in sight
>they start screaming and calling for help
>several max level faggots arrive to bring me down
>hide in safezone and enjoy chat
i've been playing TLoU multiplayer almost non-stop this past month
>give useful items to teammates
>they say thanks over mic and in-game gestures
fuck the healing thing, though. items are more useful
Cheer up, anon. It takes multiple committed people to make a guild work. People motivate eachother and make eachother want to stay online and to go do shit.
You got a steam or anything like that? Let's make it happen.
I played WURM for a few months.
If that game cost a little less it would consume my life.
Build a house and train some skills to then make something of yourself.
Fucking kingdom warfare with a struggle to be king of your server while waging war the whole time.
>play new MMO hosted by the same company
>meet up again with a bunch of old friends you haven't kept in touch with in awhile
>"that girl" shows up
>still overly attached to you
>game was already getting boring
>not sure how to deal with it so you just quit playing the game without saying anything to anyone
Sorry guys you know I still love you... right?
I used to play for a while some random korean mmo
Found a nice person to play with, talking about useless crap, etc
Don't even play anymore but still talk with her about vidya and animu.
Too bad we can't play too many games together because we live so far away that lags would be terrible.
>playing vinidictus as mage girl (gender locked classes)
>merge with some other guild
>one of the new guys keeps 1 to 1 chatting with me and asking me to duo stuff
>kinda worried they think i'm a girl, since a few weeks ago a few people brought up the fact they thought I was a girl at first because of the way my character looked (I used lots of pink on that character)
>when duo farming some stuff, ask if they know that I'm a guy
>"Of course o.o"
>phew, dodged that bullet
>they don't log on the next day
>or ever again
>fuck over newbies in games
>pretend to help them
>steal their shit
>lead them into dangerous areas or give them bad advice that will get them killed
>get sad messages asking why, or ones with rage and death threats
>have a good laugh
Helping (especially in MMO's) just attracts clingy retards that will never git gud, or start to think you're in some weird ERP relationship.
Some of the best guys I've met were trolls who didn't give a shit about internet bushido bullshit and just wanted to have fun. Usually at other's expense.
>some shitty f2p game comes out
>endgame dungeons are party oriented
>decided to solo the entire game since cleric class OP
>finally hit endgame
>all my guild m8s tell me i can't continue soloing
>defy them by soloing one of the endgame dungeons after about 5 hours
>people still said i couldn't do it
>end up quitting anyway
It's pretty goddamn cancerous. Kids use server shouting to profess e-love and e-drama.
I'd check out /vg/ to see what MMO generals have the most activity and join in. Except for PSO2. The game is fun but the general is a bunch of guys pretending to be girls for ERP.
It's even better when they aren't newbies anymore. I remember when they released the vendor on the sunwell island and I just stood on him with my fat elekk and people kept rightclicking me and got destroyed by guards. Shit was hilarious, to bad I got banned after a few hours
Demonbane is bigger AND more powerful
Holy shit I would've loved that at the start. Eve is not about earning things. I'm a 06 pilot and the last time I was subbed I was in IRC. Buying loads of ships was a fucking nightmare because if you lost a system or were told to get out due to internal politics you had to move every last damn one of them. So buying shit shouldn't have been your priority.
I took up the habit of only ever having a PvP ship and a PvE ship. A marauder and maybe something like a HAC or Dictor. It was much better.
Trust me, man. You got it good. Should've just bought some cheap PvP ships and enjoyed learning to your heart's content. The 06-09 grind was fucking suffering. When you saw battleships fielded you knew something BIG was going down. Now you get enough to build a BS in a couple of days as a fresh account. It's sad.
>help new guy to level up
>show him the ropes of the game, good builds and how not to get scammed.
>this goes on for a few days
>new guy dissapears
>forget about him
>go on with my life
>focus on pve more than pvp
>gear and skills reflect this
>get a group to farm a specific monster on neutral territory
>12 afro americans from another faction surround the group
>they all start taunting us
>we cant do shit because of the pve specs
>another group shows up
>its from the friendly faction
>30 fuckers in full pvp gear
>meanest looking motherfucker of the friendly group charges in
>deletes 3 of the other nerds
>gankers scramble and try to escape
>only a few survived
>party tells me that the big guy is a well known PvPer
>big motherfucker PMs me
>"Had to return you the favor"
>its the guy that i helped
>That niggerfaggot that would always hang around the townsquares or cities asking for money and items because his account got "banned, hacked, or deleted"
A friend and I used to have a routine in Lineage 2. I had played through the beta, and you got to keep your open toon, so week one I was in the 40s. Helped a friend power-level her human priestess since I was a tank
>Go to any given newbie area, usually human/elf
>take off all my gear
>start hitting her with a bare fist, as she runs around yelling "please, save me!"
>like clockwork someone shows up to save the day
>throw my weapon back on, kill them, rinse, repeat
Best part was when people would try to team up, or someone level appropriate would show up so it was an actual fight and that helpless priest they were trying to save was tossing me heals.
>your face will be uploadedto thebiggest database of info on the entire world and your likeness will be displayed for all eternity and be known by the people who access this place
>Recruit newbies in town center
>Take them to a specific zone to train
>When strong enough, tell them to bring me a certain "useless item" after training as a token of their hard work levelling, and i'll pay them like $3000 each
>Have thousands of the "useless item"
>Sell them to alchemist $10000 per unit
>Become millionaire thanks to newbies
God i miss RO
Man I really hope that one doesn't turn out to be shit too. It's the only MMO i'm even looking forward to anymore, and really i'm just cautiously optimistic.
So far it looks great but if this shit flops i'm just giving up.
>Search for low level female characters with feminine sounding names
>Befriend them and help them out for a few levels
>Give a little bit of gold, some good gear for their character, and advice on quests/bosses
>Chat with them and ask subtle questions to find out if they're a girl, blocking them if they turn out to be a guy
>Give them breathing room, try to find the right balance of playtime and random gifts to make it look like I'm not trying to get into their pants
>They become the one to initiate conversation with me, start to be real close friends
>Either we stay friends, or eventually get to the point where we exchange pictures
>Over a period of months I get them comfortable talking about relationships, dating, sex
>May end up sending each other nudes, masturbating on cam, etc
>Add up another internet fuckbuddy to visit whenever I go on holidays
I have been doing this off and on since 2011, so far I've had success with four girls.
One of them is married.
Teach me your ways, sempai.
I used to make maybe 35-40m every 20 minute tick back in drone space.
This equated to more or less 110 million an hour. If I went solid for 9 hours I would make one billion isk. Yet you make perhaps 1.5b~ in a few hours, 3-4.
You're probably getting twice what I'm getting and doing it in half the time. ;~;
I tried some sites after the analyser updates and it was shit. 10 minutes of effort for literally 1000 isk.
>some low level yard comes up to me and begs for money
>give him chump change but say I just gotta get my gold out of the bank
>he follows me there
>go watch a movie, he is still waiting by the commercial break
>after movie say oh shit got to go
>repeat next day
>19 or so
>playing EQ2 all day
>harvesting stuff in a lower level zone
>see other character pulling hard mobs
>pulls lots of adds, cant deal with it
>swoop by on my flying carpet, mezzing and rooting the mobs
>they're really thankful
>start talking about what were doing
>turns out its a 14 year old girl from somewhere in the US i havent heard of (im EU)
>links me to her myspace
>keeps pming me, but i dont want to be a dick and respond
>the next day
>harvesting stuff again
>receive a PM: hi *sits on your lap*
>*starts humping you*
>kinda weirded out but still not dropping the conversation
>this goes on for a while
>me: "what would your parents say if they saw you talking like that?"
>her: lol my mom is playing the game right next to me
>gives me a character name
>its a legit family guild
>somehow let slip that i'm leveling up a twink for PvP
>the final day
>playing on my twink grinding for spec points
>receive a PM: Hi Anon! I made a low level character so we could play together
>group up with her
>more awkward attempts at cybering by her
>make up a bullshit reason for why i have to leave
>dont log into the characters she knows for a good couple of months
>i didnt want that twink anyway
Never help other people in MMORPGs.
Do guilds for people who are good at video games exist?
I like to do endgame stuff, but I'm sick of all these tryhard raid schedule guilds that take an eternity to learn fights. I mean am I crazy or are MMOs really fucking easy? Why do retards treat raiding like a job that you have to fucking schedule twice a week when it's just dungeon with more people.
>That niggerfaggot that would always hang around the townsquares or cities asking for money and smokes because his house got "banned, hacked or deleted"
Meant to post a pic. This is the character she tried to rape repeatedly.
>post in the global chat that the first person to find me gets all my gold
>i'm in hyjal
>punch her in the face
>take the game and walk
I guess so. It's helped me be more sociable in real life.
She's married but its an open relationship. She has a couple other guys she visits for sex, and her husband does the same.
>start playing MMO
>random guy requests trade
>confused, but accept it anyway
>gives me a bunch of shit
>"why are you doing this?"
>"Just take it!"
People are so nice, I try to pass it on as often as I'm able or in situations where I can't come off as too autistic.
>She's married but its an open relationship. She has a couple other guys she visits for sex, and her husband does the same.
This stuff has always weirded me out. I suppose I'm too closed minded, though.
Do you think an open marriage has a higher expected lifetime than a traditional closed marriage?
>When people assume you are a girl even though you make it a point not to make people think you are a girl
>start playing a new MMO with friends
>zoom ahead because playing at their pace is slow and I hate it
>always the strongest, most experienced and richest
>do play with them and try to help them level up
>one of them calls me autistic and goes on a shit fit because I played while he wasn't around
>quits the game
>causes the other person to quit the game too
>left on a lonely journey to max level
Atleast there was that /vg/ guild.
Fuck you, Pleinair.
yeah how about I won't let a slut like her boss me around.
>used always be the super friendly and just love playing MMOs
>eventually my skill eclipses 90% of people online
>all i feel is anger and frustration at how shit everyone is
>i verbally abuse people
>i take loot from you if i dont like you
>i grief as much as possible
>i dont know how i am not banned from these games because i am the worst human being
What have I become, my sweetest friend?
>Friend wants to play Borderlands with me
>Yeah sure whatever
>Refuses to make a new character
>Just breezes through with her max level character, all the enemies are dead before I even get there
I'd rather just play on my own at that point.
But I play MMOs on my own. I really like exploring and pretending I'm on my own little adventure. Mabi was perfect for this, and I got pissed when I hit dungeons that required a party.
Yes. Caution with mmo bitches. 90% of them are literal sluts. We had this one girl in our RIFT guild on voice comms who used to get drunk real easy and she'd flirt with fucking everyone and she used to shit talk her boyfriend who was in the very same guild while he was out of the house or whatever.
She ended up turning around and saying all sorts of bad shit about this scottish guy behind his back. Personal health troubles. He was a tough cunt though. Wouldn't let people know he was upset. Just agreed with what she said and left the game.
And then the same cunt took 10 of our members and created another guild.
We recovered but damn. Fuck you, Linqy. Cunt.
>playing dead mmo for the first time
>randomly walking around town
>get message full of acronyms from one guy
>"yo you want to dz at xy for some ZLB drops?"
>he blocks me
>never see another live person in game ever again
>She ended up turning around and saying all sorts of bad shit about this scottish guy behind his back. Personal health troubles. He was a tough cunt though. Wouldn't let people know he was upset. Just agreed with what she said and left the game.
I'm him as a black muscular dude. Who's Scottish. Doesn't like talking about his work, but it's pretty high speed low drag.
What exactly did she say about him?
>Walking around with my guildies on WoW as one of the few Gnomes on the server
>Random level 85 Gnome runs up to me and opens a trade
>Gives me a bunch of rare companions
>"This is for you :)"
>Runs off and logs out
>This continues for two months
I think some people reach a point where they have nothing else to do but give charity to newbies
>Trying out Never Winter Online
>Play as female cleric, tt's ez mode
>Start tossing around heals to people in need
>Group up with 2 guys, they're friends and using voice chat
>They don't know I can hear them, continue to chat with them through text, but in voice they keep referring me to me as "the girl"
>Things get lewd in the voice and I can't stop laughing because they actually think I'm a female
Who actually assumes a female character is being played by a female without any confirmation?
You should have built up a band of friends to raid with after they soured to their first taste of treadmill progression.
The real difficulties with MMO PVE and raid encounters are exactly as you described, retard wrangling and harassing to just show up is the name of the game, and it's even harder nowadays for subscription mmos to keep a playerbase around so it's even less likely you end up around trusted people.
Modern MMOs are designed around lockouts to stagger progression.
When you've cleared your progression content for the week/some arbitrary period, you start running out of things to do fast.
People who don't care enough to take random players past face value
If I play a game and there's a big buff dude I always just assume the player is a big buff dude too, no reason not to, its not like we're friends or anything.
>tfw i could have been hitting on women and skeletons all this time
Acting nice isn't a tell. Emotes are probably a better judge, but 80% of the time that's just your average fag looking to ERP, especially if it's :3.
The 100% deadsure way to tell is if they describe something with adjective!noun. I have never seen a man type that, ever.
I was only 5 fucking levels above him you autistic. He still freaked because I was progressing quests faster. I tried to slow down for him and he refused to keep up.
What am I to do? Stop playing entirely until he feels in the mood?
>tfw I get complimented for my positive nature and good manners in groups/raids
>tfw I'm also the tank
>keep a stock of cheap tf2 hats to give to random pub noobs
Oh she was saying shit like how he was trying to flirt back with him and how laughable she considered it because "his genes are fucked and uncompatible with mine" and that there was no way she'd consider dating him.
She was leading him on hard for kicks. Simultaenously, she hated her boyfriend and made a point of it.
>Oh she was saying shit like how he was trying to flirt back with him and how laughable she considered it because "his genes are fucked and uncompatible with mine" and that there was no way she'd consider dating him.
So just an all around cunt. Great.
I'm a skeleton, and I've always found playing as an over-the-top JoJo/Kenshiro/Muscle Wizard-looking motherfucker to be the most entertaining. Someone not necessarily with high int, but always on the side of JUSTICE.
That or actual skeletons, if possible.
If neither are available I just stick with rogue/thief characters.
I know this feel. Ragnarok 2. That MMO nose dived in population too. Some random ass dude out of the blue notices me in the PvP area and calls my name out. "You still play, X?".
I was known for being one of the best kiters in the game as a Wizard, which was a gimped class and outperformed hard by Sorcs. But I found a balance that worked in PvP. I'd take on like 5 people at once and win.
>tfw it wasn't all for nothing
>Always used to play as big buff black dudes with massive 'fros
>Best times of my life
>Cynical dick activate
>Nowadays just play as a generic human girl character
>Don't have fun playing MMOs anymore
Fuck you life, why'd you make me grow up 'n shit.
Semi-relevant, something from /tg/.
>tfw I made these two threads and everyone is posting in them.
Is this what being popular feels like? Dammit I should've posted with my trip on.
Sickening still though isn't it?
Poor guy. He actually left first to join her guild first. I had to break the news to him. That news caused him to quit.
Better I tell him so he can cut and run rather than find it out in a few months time and be devastated over it, right?
>Better I tell him so he can cut and run rather than find it out in a few months time and be devastated over it, right?
I would definitely want to be told. As long as you did it to save a bro, and not to spite a bitch, it was the right decision.
>Be a veteran streamer
>Be a veteran of the game
>People ask you questions
>Ridicule them for even asking such basic questions
>they feel bad
>Tell them to go suck it up
>They get angry and try to kill me in-game
>continue shit talking them
>add him to friends list
>find out he deleted his character 2 days later because my fanbase harassed him
>high five my brethren
high life is good
But it's looking like we've more than two people interested.
Gimme an add. Looking for other things to play other than assfaggots. Game gets annoying sometimes.
>randomly start playing WoW again a while back
>everybody treats me with a shitload of respect because i have the celestial defender title
MMOs are good for feeling important when you're really just a loser in real life.
Oh I'd chuck it down to 2008 summer. Not even joking, man. That fucking day was the day when memes and all sorts of shit saw a rocket in usage. Couldn't say fucking anything to anyone without some autist spamming u mad and a hundred joining in.
>Get either a really cool set/Vanity item
>Sit around the starting zone trying to be THAT guy that some new player wants to be
>Handing out gold and the like
It is the reason I picked Warlock in the first place back in BC, dat Dreadsteed
>play wow with cousin
>become huge bros with guild leader and raid leader
>drunk nights doing stupid shit and laughing on vent
>cousin isn't satisfied with progress
>leaves the guild
>mfw I had to follow him
>broke guild leaders heart
But that's a good thing. I have never been able to find someone like that, though. I'd only ever be able to be in a relationship with someone who isn't emotional.
Support being an umbrella term for a class or profession that is supposed to help others in some way without engaging in combat
Maybe it's just the games I happened to play but I'm so useless all the time
I just want to help people but there's no point when everything I offer is not in demand at all
>trash opponent in the first half
>tell them to git gud
>they make a perfect comeback
>they tell me to git gud
I'd imagine a completely unemotional girl to be entirely apathetic and shit, I guess. Not that guy and never met anyone like that, but I wouldn't ever date a chick like that either.
>mfw dated girl who liked games long before '08 and liked Tekken
>not flirting with them so they can give you free stuff instead
Best way to play a mmo
I guess that's why I enjoy SWTOR than most people I guess, because most of the guilds in game are more concerned about RPing or Trooper guilds and RPing warzones for the fun of it by going head to head with other trooper guilds and separating in squads. Reminds me of Mount and Blade with their regiments.
>Always be on the lookout for decent people when playing online games
>Judge them accordingly to personal standards
>Finally see one
>Become bros for years, to this day
Happened more than once.
As for MMO ethics, if it's a player and has a red name - it has to die. Don't think I have ever played an mmo that didn't have a pvp component, usually open world, except for Guild Wars 1, but that's a different story. Best pvp memories I have are of wow. At some point, way back in the day I would make 700 kills per day and I had a bunch of players with me that were just as dedicated. We'd specifically go out of our way to have uphill battles and stroke our inflated egos although worthy challengers did pop up once in a while. Hate attacking those that can't fight back however, no fun in that. Unless there's a crowd of low levels that can threaten you with their numbers.
did this recently in EQ landmark
i made new tools and picked a random person and gave him my previous tools he seemed genuinely shocked that someone actually helped him out for free
>new guild with a fresh leader
>stick around because I rarely play
>1 year later
>known as the man with no name in my guild for being helpful and strong as fuck
>the guild leader is seen as the best guild leader and the guild itself is pretty top tier
>over the year I rarely helped but apparently it mattered so much I'm promoted to co leader
>having fun for once
Then cataclysm came out shortly after
>play new mmo with friend
>we play normally for a few days
>he downloads a bot or something and just bots forever
>I eventually quit because I'm playing by myself
>this happens for every mmo we ever play
>he invites me over to his house
>I end up just watching him bot tibia or whatever for the weekend
>have to deal with this shit because my mom isn't coming by to pick me up until the weekend is over
>be in low level zone
>max leveler giving out free crafted weapons in zone chat
>get my freebie, chat him up
>eventually guild up with him and a few others
>go around every week to starting zones handing out free crafted weapons and armor like candy
>just about everyone on the server has or has had a weapon "crafted by <GuildLeader>"
is this what it feels like to be cool
>play DeS for first time
>make new character
>Jap guy invades at beginning of 2-1
>He's endgame, I'm just starting
>Finds me and bows
>I bow back after some difficulty finding the menu
>he drops a Rapier +10 and some dragon sword
>sends me a message that says, "gift use fight"
>I pick them up and equip the dragon sword (not high enough DEX to use rapier, I think)
>Bows as I black out
>messages me saying "great time you hope like gift"
I did like gift.
>play tf2 in the morning so no one is on
>go to random server
>someone there playing against a heavy tryhard
>literally his first day playing
>have over 2000 hours logged
>go medic and heal him while he fights the heavy
>send trade invite, give him like 20 weapons
>feels good man
>Go into a SWG's thread.
>Nostalgia spreg lords announcing the emulated server
>"lol play SWG it's the best game ever. So much fun"
>Grindfest galore, bland landscapes with basically nothing in between them, horrible draw distance and abandoned after abandoned settlements everywhere.
>Basically everyone bots the game, to the engineers, dancers and people just want to get their skill up.
>Game so much fun that people rather bot the whole fucking game instead of actually playing the game.
>Play Guild Wars 1
>Every week my storage gets full
>Give over 200k worth of freebies every week
>open chat is on
>entire enemy team is smug faggots
>especially the one who also happens to be a gurl gamur
>both teams play pretty average until the final map
>we do pretty well and almost make it to the end before getting wiped out
>other team continues to be smug faggots and the gurl gamur keeps spewing "protips"
>their round as survivors starts
>almost immediately after they leave the safe room they're getting anally devastated
>our team had synergy and teamwork like I've never seen
>they barely make it halfway before getting wiped
>chat is silent
also on the previous map i crushed her with a big globe as a tank, shit was pretty cash.
>hanging out with a higher level cleric as a tank class
>they're helping me with quest
>they do higher damage than me
>they keep having to revive me
>wanted to DC out of shame the entire
Back in the day, when Runescape just became fully 3D, I used to tink with Smithing and just started handing out full iron suits to nubs at Lunbridge.
Pretty funny seeing a whole bunch of people begging. PLEASE ARMOR!!
>Give me number from 1 to 10 and I will give you a full Iron suit.
>Fucking chat floods with numbers.
>playing some Zelda mmo made by some guy on newgrounds
>small community maybe around 50 people max
>there's world pvp everywhere
>find the quickest way to level up. Grind boss which infinity spawns and 1shot kill any player who tries to catch up to my level
>update comes out
>game dev showing me around this new area he added
>no one else is a high enough level to enter it
>He shows me this secret cave entrance
>some OP as fuck weapon and there's only 1 of them in the game
>start grinding higher level mobs which level me up even faster
>head back to town and some murdering everyone who is trying to level up
>become some sort of villain and everyone began to hate me even more
>server shuts down eventually after a few weeks
This was a cute thread OP, I encourage more threads of this manner.
>Play Guild Wars 1
>My first mmo I actually played seriously and with dedication
>Start with Factions at release
>Land in a cool guild with a neat guild leader that can keep people together, teaches me some things, also make friends with a different guy
>Enter gurrl gamer
>Guild leader has a "relationship" with her, it fucks up the guild when she dumps him obviously, tears everything apart and I am left there, bewildered, this being my first experience with such a thing
>Never again feel at home in any other guild
>Just do shit solo with henchmen and later heroes
Bitches and whores.
>tfw talk to newb fishing in lumbridge
>he's like "dude you must be like rich or something"
>mfw I quite 3 years ago and only have 8m most of it won through bored ass motherfuckers doing trivia games
>I give him a rune platebody, I had like 5 on me from a 4chan drop party awhile ago on /b/
>He freaks out like this is the greatest thing that could ever happen
I like making people happy, even if it is somewhat pointless
>play tank with insane equipment
>team up with newbie healer
>I don't even need a healer for the stuff we're doing but they're always in full panic mode and apologizing when they're running out of mana