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My Top 4 Pet Peeves In The Gaming Community

Updated on January 8, 2016
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#4. The Egotistical Players

These are the players that think they are better then you because they're a higher level than you and have better gear (that might have been borrowed). The player who thinks they're number 1. some players who might think you're copying them when there are some players doing the same thing or at least a similar build. Some players may even buy high level accounts and try to act as if they have been playing for years. Some may have used bots to get away with grinding levels, farming or making money. For Example in League Of Legends "Do not worry! i'm a higher rank that means this match will be easy" and for some mmo's "Hey you look like a noob get better gear" Noob means a new player.

Imagine this as the little angry girl is getting upset at her team mates
Imagine this as the little angry girl is getting upset at her team mates

#3. The Angry Player

This is the player that is impacient, throws a fit if things are not going the way they wanted, or have pictured. They threaten to leave in the middle of the game and not help the team.They start to use profanities and and other hurtful words to the team or For example in league of legends you may face comments such as, "You took my role so I'm going to make us lose and not help the team". These players tend to take the game to seriously. They tend to blame others for their mistakes instead of trying to learn from it. Everyone makes mistakes and that is how we learn from them and learn the game.

a perverted face in anime
a perverted face in anime

#2. The Creeper

These are the players that like to hit on girls and ask for inappropriate things in hopes of hooking up but usually does not work. When some players discover a female that plays games, they start to act weird around them.The type of players that will buy stuff or give money to you because you are a girl in hopes be their girlfriend. They would attempt to ask you out or start to send creepy messages. Some players may even ask you to be apart of their online "heram" Here are some examples of my experiences with a few players like this, "Hey baby, Do you want be one of my girlfriends?", or "insert awful inapropriate joke", and "Are you hot in real life?"

Beggers are generally lazy people that just want to be given things instead of earing it themselves.
Beggers are generally lazy people that just want to be given things instead of earing it themselves.

#1. The Begger

This type of player for free money or items in exchange for little or nothing at all. They do not want do the work for the gear or the level. they want to be given everything. There are levels in the game for a reason. There's nothing wrong with asking for items or money from friends once in a while as long as you're able to pay them back but to ask constantly. For example "Can I please have this expensive popular sword" and "Can I have 100,000 coins please?" I just think that it is pointless logging in to play a game to ask for money and not do anything to earn money and gear yourself and then to try and play the game and do the missions to earn money and gear yourself or with others. I think it is better to earn the items then to just beg for them. there is nothing wrong with asking for help with missions.

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