The Rant Files: What Have We Learned From May 12th #Fredricksonbangate?

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The Rant Files: What Have We Learned From May 12th #Fredricksonbangate?

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the challenge of not overreacting is really based on the severity of the punishment. People were told they were perma-banned. So yeah people will react harshly to essentially loosing the game. It may sound pathetic, people may bitch, but the reality is many people spend many hours of their life in the game so having it removed unjustly is pretty upsetting. For those not banned, the thought of loosing many of their friends is equally upsetting. In theory groups of friend could move to a different game, but we all know that seldom works in practice and is only a nice theory. So those bans weren't about threatening the loss of a coal ward, they were threatening the loss of friends. Look at the ban thread just on the NWO forums, there were many new names on that thread that either hadn't been here before or have never felt a need to speak up. They were angry