She figures they must hate her, because they're on his side and must like him more, so she quits the guild.
People maybe have cyber flings in MMOs, but no one really has real relationships, and certainly none that last!
" For those of you that are skeptical, I don't blame you.
With Christmas a few weeks away, it's time we started dusting off the hearts in our chest to look for those warm, fuzzy feelings.
Yes, Valentine's Day is a few months away, but I think it's time I turned away from looking at the, us versus them mentality of customers versus the MMO companies, and took a look at a more interesting aspect of gaming: us versus us.
A lot of social bonding happens on servers, and whether you've even been on a speaking basis with someone, most players know the names of dozens, even hundreds, of those that share their server.
As we spend time on the server, we become exposed to the business of dozens of people through guilds, pick up groups, forums, and gossip.It's not just about managing a relationship online either: we'll be blunt and say I was damn lucky the guy I found turned out to be healthy and, more importantly, not a criminal.In short: if you're looking for love in an MMO, don't assume that you're going to be part of the handfuls of successful relationships out there.There's not always an opportunity to dodge the people you've burned bridges with, but there's a huge difference between an ex-guild leader and an ex-lover.Now let's pause here, because you're possibly thinking, "Wait, back it up.There is also a unique Soul system in which players customize their characters by collecting enemy’s souls.