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|Posted by treepirate88 at Jan 28, 2010 10:03:36 AM|
Re: Blockades of Attrition: Yes or No?
To me this is the most important part. Puzzle pirates, no matter how serious anyone takes it, is still a game at the end of the day.
But the fact that you have a game with war seems semi-ironic when the spirit of the game has been said to have fun. A game is for fun, most of the time, while a war is serious. It's pretty hard to have a war be fun. It's pretty easy for a game to stray away from fun and get serious. That's why we see the game get serious, all too often, when war is involved. War, as a mechanic of the game, begets seriousness. When seriousness is involved people usually set their heart to doing whatever they can do to win.
I'm not saying blockades are bad or war is a terrible thing. What I'm saying is that there are some people out there who have the wrong intentions in doing what they're going to do. I can't tell you how many blockades I've seen where it's personal or "we just want to shut them up". hehehe that was still a funny video/sound byte
I dunno, just my thoughts.
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