First of all, I'd like to thank Shmuzin for organizing this event. We try to
encourage player interaction and I daresay this is a prime example of how
senior players can give the newer ones a little nod and a boost.
Now, a few things I don't quite get. It's great that you decided to organize
such an event. However, it seems that you feel that we, the administration,
are somehow bound to chip in just because you say so. I thought the whole idea
was that you want to help newbies out of the goodness of your heart - not buy
additional perks for them from the administration.
While it's true that we, or myself, could have chipped in, here's the result
I'm not: I have a family. Yes. I have two children that need looking after. I
have a household to run. I don't have time to answer to most of the tells I
get in time, to some not at all. By the time I could have reacted, you had
already gone down the path of whining to every possible archwizard how you are
being unfairly treated. That pisses me off. Yes, really. You did good here,
but nobody likes someone who demands stuff and then gets all sulky when you
don't get it.
It's great you look after our newbies by utilizing in-game methods such as
providing equipment and gaming help. But please don't forget that we also look
after everyone by making sure the hardware we are using works, the game itself
doesn't break and that we have new content. I find your post simply