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A Little Thought on Player Etiquette

By: pumkinspiced @ 16:21 (EST) / 248 / Comment ( 0 )

So I was reviewing a post I had replied to over at the forum about game etiquette.

I will explain briefly about the situation… Usually the aggressive behaviour send by certain players is one of their tactics to scare people or make them angry (full tilt all the way) so they play emotionally instead of calmly.

Some players let it effect them more than others…

In my view, I think that it’s acceptable as long as the aren’t being extremely rude or insulting the other players…. (And I am not talking about Yo Mama jokes!)

I’ve included my response as a direct link to my post in the forum and an image in a post.


Here’s the link:

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