"However, if your plan is to change the rules of the game so that you can force your way of enjoying yourself upon everybody else, whether they like it or not"blitzcraig wrote:The majority of mmorpg players do not do it for the PvP ... estimates range from around 60% to around 90% who play them primarily for working together with others playing against whatever any given game has built in to play against, and to build up their characters. You're obviously amongst the 10% - 40% who primarily (even exclusively perhaps) enjoys the PvP aspect of the game.. This is fine, no problem here, there's plenty of room for both types of players to coexist in FT. My advice is that you join or form a clan and PvP until your heart is content. The 60%-90% will not bother you while you are enjoying yourself... However, if your plan is to change the rules of the game so that you can force your way of enjoying yourself upon everybody else, whether they like it or not, then allow me to save you some time - That rule is not going to become more lenient (unless it's rendered obsolete by means of a mechanics change) so don't bother whining about it anymore. Not everybody plays the game the same way, or for the same reason as you... accept that, get over your hurt feelings about it, and move on to figuring out a way to enjoy the game
Well aren't you trying to do the same thing? Trying to keep the rule that protects you so that you can force your way of staying safe whether others like it or not?
You keep saying join a clan, join a clan, join a clan and PvP to your hearts content. For this argument, assume I'm lvl 100 and tell me how much I can PvP whilst in a clan. What are the things I could do?
Edit: No, I do not exclusively or primarily enjoy PvP. When I do however feel like PvP'ing, I'm forbidden from doing so.
Moreover, I'm not trying to change the rules to force my way of enjoying myself upon everybody else, whether they like it or not. If that were the case, I don't think I would've created a discussion and tried to listen to your end. I do not see what's forceful about that. I'm hoping the discussion here will edit the rules. Change is inevitable.
"Whether they like it or not". I do not think I possess that much of power here. Also, aren't you the one who's trying to force your way of playing, whether I like it or not?