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Dolgorukov

Factors to consider an uninstall

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Hi, 

 

I want to discus with old and new "captains" at what point in his "naval career" a player should think for uninstalling the game. 

 

Lets start with:

 

- being more interesting in numbers like statistics, place within end results list, how much "money" you have made

- being curious about what a container will give

- feeling proud of getting a certain so called achievement 

- play for more than 2-3 games a day

 

I would kindly ask any WG personnel reviewing this little topic to be a bit more generous and do not delete it. I am not aimed at undermining your company. 

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3 minutes ago, Dolgorukov said:

- being more interesting in numbers like statistics, place within end results list, how much "money" you have made

- being curious about what a container will give

- feeling proud of getting a certain so called achievement 

- play for more than 2-3 games a day

  • Some people have fun with numbers and fun is what this is about
  • Some people have fun getting stuff and fun is what ....
  • Some people have fun getting an achievement, especially when it is hard to get and rewards good play, and fun is ....
  • When you have fun playing the game, why should you not play more than 2-3 games a day?

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45 minutes ago, Dolgorukov said:

- being more interesting in numbers like statistics, place within end results list, how much "money" you have made

- being curious about what a container will give

- feeling proud of getting a certain so called achievement 

- play for more than 2-3 games a day

How are any of those problems?

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Vor 3 Stunden, Dolgorukov sagte:

- being more interesting in numbers like statistics, place within end results list, how much "money" you have made

- being curious about what a container will give

- feeling proud of getting a certain so called achievement 

- play for more than 2-3 games a day

Nonono, you got it all wrong.

 

That's not when you uninstall.

 

That's when you head over to the Premium shop and start blowing some cash.

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6 hours ago, Dolgorukov said:

- being more interesting in numbers like statistics, place within end results list, how much "money" you have made

- being curious about what a container will give

- feeling proud of getting a certain so called achievement 

- play for more than 2-3 games a day

I honestly don't get the people who think that anyone who doesn't play for fun is just an obsessed no-lifer that should stop playing, cause it's a game, so you shouldn't have to play it seriously. Thing is, even if teams are random, WoWS is a team game and it's a competitive game. One team loses, one team wins and the objective of the game is to help your team win. If you just want to steam around without any care in the world, I bet there is some ship simulator 2018 out there. It's like if you went to your local football field and told the people on the field that they should stop playing, cause they are actually trying to win and it is just a game; after all, what's wrong if one of the players finds it more fun to observe how the grass grows in the corner instead of contributing meaningfully to the team? And I no, this isn't some profession, so we don't need to expect everyone to be treat this like professional e-sports with money on the line, but you could at least try to do your best to win... or at the very very least not try to shame those who do.

 

And following that line of thought, there's absolutely nothing wrong with players wanting to see their performance improve, being curious about container contents (honestly, I have no f-ing clue what that is supposed to do in that list), feeling proud about getting achievements (a good few are achievements for average players. If you earn a High Caliber, you can be proud of it) or play more than 3 games a day. Heck, I played like at least a dozen games today, which is unsurprising, given Clan Battles, but that's not a sign to quit, just as I doubt you tell people to quit it just because they meet every friday evening to play a few hours of poker or tabletop RPG.

 

Goodness, can we not get this crap for trying to actually be nice and responsible and help the team pull a win?

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