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  • Another subtle aspect is guilds, or as I like to call them Gangs

    • by xtremej
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      What can be said about one of the largest MMORPG’s? How about we start with addiction. Kids and adults are drawn into this game to create characters that reflect there playing style’s, but it doesnt end there. This game acually has its own politics.

      There are social rules that are enforced by players and game monitors to ensure that players are not bieng violated in turn making an alternate reality. Players can do almost everything in the game that can be


      done in real life.

      Here comes the problems. Young people can learn alot of bad habits from this game.

      Simple part of the game, drinking. Players can acually buy booze from venders and walk around drunk.

      The chat is even effected by this. Another subtle aspect is guilds, or as I like to call them “Gangs”.

      Players can create a guild and invite certain people to join in. The hardcore player in a guild will more often then ...


      • not only play with people in there guild and pick fights with other guilds.

        Can we say “Gang Fights” anyone? If one really looks deep into the dynamics of this concept, you can see that this teaches people how to be in a gang or even run one. Social acceptence to a young person is so important and this game gives it to them, unfortunatly it takes away from there real life.

        And what about adults? Ive watched documentries on adults who

        play to many video games and almost always World of Warcraft is on the top of there lists. People are acually getting divorced, losing there job, losing there friends, and losing tolerance to sunlight because they simply cant turn off the game and return to real life.

        This is a fun game, and it can take alot of time away from your worries or stresses, Just keep your playing time in check. This game can stay a game but it can also turn into your life.




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