Feb 2nd 2011 8:15PM I research the Jungian process of Individuation and the balance between the socially affirmed identity and the rejected self-identity.
I think the negative behaviour you see in Warcraft all stems from this personal conflict. Having the opportunity to construct a new and fantastic virtual identity in a relatively anonymous peer group, sees these unfortunate people who suffer from the above imbalance behave horribly to constantly project this virtual image of make-believe awesomeness.
The answer is actively practising humility, with the danger being complete detachment. Becoming indifferent or quitting the game entirely because of this behaviour is letting the terrorists win.
This behaviour has gotten worst in Cataclysm because the game has become more difficult, which makes failing easier, which requires more make-believe awesomeness to combat.
Feb 2nd 2011 7:54PM Rubitard, that made my day.
Dec 13th 2010 9:22AM If you do what you say you do, then you're a Guild Master's dream, and no "by association" exception would affect your standing in thie Guild.
Can I suggest you'e shopping for a place within an eccentric demographic, with thier own equally eccentric set of'rules?
Dec 13th 2009 1:34AM "Ignorance is a dish best served cold."
Dec 9th 2009 7:02PM The bugs always clear up in a day or two, too bad the QQ doesn't.
Don't change a thing Blizz, I think you're beautiful the way you are.
Nov 19th 2009 5:52PM Buzz Killington.
Oct 13th 2009 9:29PM It was good when she was so adorably pathetic ...
... but two seasons later some character growth would be appreciated.
Oct 11th 2009 4:12AM I rest my case.
Oct 10th 2009 11:46PM Idiot.