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8-29-2011 @ 11:17AM
I agree that it is more of a nuisance to be typing while you are in the middle of a quest, or doing something. It is time consuming, a drain on ones own mental being, and unless you are someone who enjoys doing 20 different things at a time, it is frustrating to try resolving one item (be it a quest, reading something on a screen, whatnot) and then having people pop in and out and being expected to say/type something.One thing I do not notice anyone commenting on (but I do have a beef with), is the 'grats' when people get an achievement. There are so many achievement, and so many of this are silly and minimal (oh, you got your first pet, oh your level 85 toon did all the quests in Duskwood) - BIG DEAL. Those, IMO, are not achieves worthy of any kind of notice from others, except personal goals. They are meaningless, and to have people get upset because they are not being 'gratted' for it, are very insecure and foolish.
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