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Old 07-15-2006, 01:14 PM   #21
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Default Re: Why do people act like this?

Whenever I get on a game, I don't really say anything. I come to play, and that's all what I do. Sometimes, I chat or I use my microphone, but it's rare. I am now going to try Linux Tuesday, since Monday's the B-Day and LAN party, I want to use Windows.

Next, I will try UT2004 and all the FPS games on it. I know now that it is possible with Linux, if you really work at it.

But still, it is ANOYING!
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Old 07-15-2006, 01:43 PM   #22
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Brookfield, get a sense of humor, rofl. No wonder these forums are becoming so plain and boring.

Well, personally, noobs on games like Starcraft are extremely annoying. The game came out ~7 years ago (brood), so people online expect you to be good by now. People who are just joining in on the fun are considered to be bad, because people only want "expert" matches nowadays. So it's very common to see people flame noobs on starcraft games, esspecially when there is a "No Noobs" in the game name.

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