Braindance, on 11 June 2013 - 10:38 PM, said:
All that was at my expense - I geared all those fuckers. I hooked em up with people. I helped them get achieves - see why I'm so bitter now?
And the best part - I was their rl friend aaaaaaahahahahahahahaahhaaha.
And the icing on the cake; I picked up a dog friend of theirs, he was a cool guy at the time, I enjoyed his company. Played in excess of 2k games with him, explaining to him after every win and every loss what he did right or wrong. I played his char in bgs to gear him up. After 2k games, he turned into a fine druid. We hit 2450 or so 2s which was glad . He LEAVES the team and goes to some other bg with some other dogs to get r1 - I get passed the last 2 days, none of my "friends" help me get a single win.
Same thing happened in s7. And s9. And s3 and 4.
So FUCK everyone and FUCK glad and all those kids.
FUCK the world.
AND FUCK HUNTERS.
No offense, but it just sounds like you ended up on the wrong people. And also, you seem extremely arrogant in the posts you're making, so I'd recommend re-reading them.
"I MADE HIM GOOD, HE WAS DOG" "I MADE HIM INTO WHAT HE IS!" <--- that type of posts seem EXTREMELY arrogant.
But either way, yes, some people don't deserve to be helped. But you can usually tell when people deserve help and when they don't. If they're annoying/pesky/inconsiderate/ignorant/arrogant, they don't deserve help. If a person does deserve help, they ask in kind and they show gratitude pretty quickly. However, seeing like a know-it-all makes people dislike you, even if you helped them before. Maybe you just seemed like that to them?
Edited by Virent, 11 June 2013 - 11:36 PM.