should somebody really get heavily rewarded for having less of a life than somebody else who loves the genre as much/more than the no life person, but has too many responsibilities IRL to play as much?
Yes, time spent is time spent no matter how much more hectic/important you may think you life is. If someone spends their "no life" having time on a computer for hours they should reap the benifts(PROVIDED THEY ARENT IDIOTS and are actually trying their *** off to complete that pain in the *** in game task) **** yea.
I also hate the fact that you think b/c someone puts alot more hours into a game means they have no life...
I'm a full college time student, w/ a part time job during the week, I practice guitar daily to stay on my game :), I'm in clubs at school and still hang out w/ friends ocasionally, not really my thing to go out much unless its to a movie, a con or a concert(which is rare b/c all my bands live in Japan) or to eat chinese :)(teehee)...and my friends are teh same.
Id like to say idc much for the ppl who go out and throw alchohol down their throat and try to score on the many many ever spawning society of 51uts today...but I wont b/c i'd be like you, so I'll assume your a family person w/ 4 kids who have a horrible case of ADD.
Whats no life mean to you?
Editing this...i'll add...since its a fact that they will cater to the casual player, I mean ya, if your logging on atleast once a day give a few if something happens to come up w/ one of the ADD'ers and your consistant at doing what your doing ya you do deserve what you've earned...but no way in **** should you be able to do what I do in less amount of time and be at my level as fast as i've achieved it.
And thats a reason that ppl are mentioning they dont want wow in the game. Edited, Jun 8th 2009 2:00am by IshiharaTakamasa