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  • Question for players

    Honest question for everyone.

    if you're all so mad and furstrated and pissed off and tired of the bugs and the mishaps and stuff, why do you contineu playing at all? People are always like "oh i'm soo bored arena sucks now and now leveling is a grind and i need to play for 8 hours to be competetive..."

    So why play? i don't pay, i don't spend more than an hour or so a day to play. I don't get why people would complain that they have to play 8 hours a dy. are you strapped down and forced to play? is it some form of cruel torture?

    Sorry I know ths is will get people angry, but i'm honestly wondering why its worth your time if it just causes stress and boredom.

  • #2
    The answer is simple: because they love the game.

    Parents often complain about their kids. But, at the end of the day, they couldn't imagine a life without them.

    Same with the hardcore players. They complain because they care.

    Though it's true that there are some who complain simply because they like to complain!


    • #3
      also, the amount of money invested in their decks makes it hard for them to look away.


      • #4
        people complain because they want to see a change, they believe in the game
        eventually they get fed up and they leave but first comes the complain...


        • #5
          To some, probably cause of the money they invested in the game. But I think most of them like the game and dont want kabam to ruin it


          • #6
            Money + time + fun = This is whats holds me up right now.
            Unfortunatelly when you start to frustrate with something over and over again you start to get unattached.

            And the other factors start to count less and less.

            I will probably play until I finishes my elemental combo, just because I hate to drop in the middle of something...


            • #7
              Haha, Play for fun, I played this game from sep 2013,my acc onlines 24/7 at that time bc i feel this game was so attracted. But now i spend only few hours per day bc of many reasons,special of kbm s treatments.


              • #8
                Originally posted by Damien Grey View Post
                The answer is simple: because they love the game.
                Parents often complain about their kids. But, at the end of the day, they couldn't imagine a life without them.
                Same with the hardcore players. They complain because they care.
                Though it's true that there are some who complain simply because they like to complain!
                I agree with you to a point... I can appreciate the parallel you made to parenting. However, a (good) parent doesn't verbally abuse their child while expressing dissatisfaction. They find constructive ways to positively deal with the issues. This usually results with more success than smacking the kid around and telling him/her what a failure they are and offering a disproportionate amount of chastisement as apposed to constructive criticism. While there have been a few players that have taken the time to be somewhat respectful in their recommendations and suggestions, a good deal of the chatter is very negative and unconstructive. It wreaks of immature lashing out and an inability to adequately and politely communicate a point. A forum like this is an awesome tool for collaboration and and communication in general, but so many of the nuggets get lost in the heaping piles of dung which are far more numerous. Complaints are fine, but we have to approach them with a degree of maturity and logic. It's not necessary to always assume the worst, and it's just bad form to present one's personal opinions and assumptions as fact.