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Kaji
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PostSubject: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 10:06 am

Everyone was once a noob.
That's how it always is. It's life. Don't be a pussy.

So, being a noob once, we've all had our noob moments.
We fucked up a quest (probably died thrice), forgot drinks (we still do, don't we?), and maybe we used Guard Up with a Long Sword.

Has anyone ever trolled like a noob?
I admit. I'm a really screwy person. I've upswung serious gamers for a gut-striking laugh. I've stalked people through cities. I've refused to get out of cities. I've fucked with retarded clans and put their clan names into my profile without permission.
I've pretty much done it all.
Naturally, I'm a pest. You've been warned. I didn't really do it solely because I was just a newbie to MH3. I did it because I wasn't really much of a hardworker at the time. I didn't play seriously (which is why I'm not a legit HR999). The only reason I don't bother to troll like that anymore is because I'm always too busy hanging around vets that are much more important.
Otherwise, I'd still be trolling like that.
Who says I cannot understand the mind of a noob? Hmm?

So what about you, O Elitist? Have you ever done something so nooby that it is embarrassing to recall?
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:04 am

So.. umm.. welcome to the forums and all... Interesting post by the way. I'm sure it means a lot to you. Good Job.

.... backs away slowly....

Really though, MH, to me is about having fun and enjoying the game. No bothering people or being the best or anything like that. If you are doing it on purpose and know it, you probably shouldn't be. It's not that hard to be kind to others. It makes MH and.. Life in general more fun, especially this community. I don't think that's what you are getting at in your post though. Or I hope not.

everyone makes mistake, that's true but if you make a mistake you try to not do it again but if you do something with intent... that's not a mistake or "noob" that's just wrong. You might be having fun but it takes away the enjoyment from others and when playing with others as a "team" everyone should do there best to have fun together.. just like this forum.. We all work together to be a community and in a way a family and have fun together.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:25 am

Lol as serious as I can be I still ebjoy myself ad have afeevmishaps like forgetting to eat every so often or not bringing drinks or accidentally upswinging a friend. Lol anyone that has hunted with me for a while knows I can be kind of strict but very leniebt I want to have fun with my friends not make them fear that I will yell at them for something small. I never hold myself in higher regard than anyobe else because my begginer days were less than stellar then again it was my first online game where you actually played as a team and try to help everyone around you achieve the main goal.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:16 pm

*insert OTT butt-hurt verbal attack, wall-of-text-mode, at the OP for being a troll*

Personally, I don't see the fun of trolling. Don't get me wrong, I love watching others get trolled, in person or in videos and such, especially if the ones doing it are my friends. I just... wouldn't be able to do it myself. Iunno, I'm odd.

Regarding the last question though, I think I abandoned Tri before I got to the stage of elitist; but similar things have happened in plenty of other games. So painful... T_T
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:23 pm

@dcj91x wrote:
So.. umm.. welcome to the forums and all... Interesting post by the way. I'm sure it means a lot to you. Good Job.

.... backs away slowly...

Thanks for the welcome.
For your information, the "Best" post I had made was really just for fun. It had no relevance whatsoever. I just wanted to meet everyone with waving my hand around like derpy tard. Anyways, if anyone took offense to that, I think we need to call a baby sitter to change some diapers. Don't you?

And everyone has an opinion on what they call "fun". It's a point of view, don't you see? I think it's fun to bother people in my own, sick way. As long as I am not causing harm, it's fine by me. But still, I haven't bothered that many people recently, as I had said. I take the game much more seriously than I had when I just started playing.
I was a bothersome prick, and now I'm just a prick when it happens.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:27 pm

@Yuki wrote:
Lol as serious as I can be I still ebjoy myself ad have afeevmishaps like forgetting to eat every so often or not bringing drinks or accidentally upswinging a friend. Lol anyone that has hunted with me for a while knows I can be kind of strict but very leniebt I want to have fun with my friends not make them fear that I will yell at them for something small. I never hold myself in higher regard than anyobe else because my begginer days were less than stellar then again it was my first online game where you actually played as a team and try to help everyone around you achieve the main goal.

Yeah, I DO enjoy the teamwork of MH3. I enjoy everyone getting along and just having good-natured fun.
MH, too, has been the first game where I've actually had to work with people against NPCs.
It's really why I can't put this controller down...
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:54 pm

Try not to double post there is an option called multiquote for these situations I know ypu mean well.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 7:49 pm

I understand the whole everyone was a noob thing at one point, but when it came to this point, while I didn't know the items and such, when I played offline I easily familiarized myself and had no trouble nor did I do noobish things, while Rolling the wrong way isn't exactly a noobish thing since, we all still do that occasionally. It wasn't hard to grasp the game, and I'm quite the gamer, so I easily got the hang of the game in a hour or so and easily went on. I completely understood skills easily and nothing was too much trouble for me, and when I started to play online I was already 5 hours into the game so I already knew what was going on, though when I first went online It was a Jho event so it was a bit odd, the whole sandstorm and thing got me confused and made the whole place harder to remember or make sense of. But I leveled alone for a few Hr, and occasionally had people help me here and there, all that kind of stuff.

As for trolling, I don't do it purposely, I really hate it when people take it the wrong way when you didn't mean it and they'd just be asses and spam it on you just because you did it twice to them accidentally. A big reason why I haven't been helping most noobs now adays, most of them are just cocky asses and do nothing but spam "Join" Over and over. Though I love those who send me random Pms when I'm at a gate, asking for help with a proper please. But yeah, I understand having fun and messing around, and what I do to fill that is wear crappy armor and go play with pros, while I wouldn't upswing or bug the shit out of them, I'd just do the high leveled quest with my shitty Jaggi gear with Buster Sword. I wont talk trash or any of that unless they start it first of course, I just find it funner to use really bad gear when fighting something strong with strong people.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 7:50 pm

@Yuki wrote:
Try not to double post there is an option called multiquote for these situations I know ypu mean well.

Oh okay, I'm sorry. I haven't used a forum in a loonng time, and there was no multi-quote then. xD
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 9:56 pm

Are "noob" "newbie" and "newb" all the same now?

An expected path in learning the game would begin with being a newbie, becomming a beginner, and transitioning into proficiency. But noobs are usually stuck there nearly permanently, often across several games at the same time.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Thu Sep 06, 2012 10:38 pm

@navgoose wrote:
Are "noob" "newbie" and "newb" all the same now?

An expected path in learning the game would begin with being a newbie, becomming a beginner, and transitioning into proficiency. But noobs are usually stuck there nearly permanently, often across several games at the same time.

I think that they change according to your personal preferences.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Fri Sep 07, 2012 10:41 am

I may be confusing the "Subject" of the orginal Post but so corect me if I am wrong.. But I may be getting the definition of "noob" "newbie" "newb" and just plain "Trolling" mixxed up.. because if you are doing something negative towards others because that is "your definition of fun"???? Well that's not noob at all, I think...

Mistakes are one thing, I play with people all the time and have fun with people who make mistakes... I understand that.. but I still believe there are guiedlines and levels of Etiquette that people should follow in games, online and .. well just about everywhere.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Fri Sep 07, 2012 10:43 am

well... you can find EVERY kind of personality online.

sadly, many people dont have any moral.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Fri Sep 07, 2012 1:33 pm

@dcj91x wrote:
I may be confusing the "Subject" of the orginal Post but so corect me if I am wrong.. But I may be getting the definition of "noob" "newbie" "newb" and just plain "Trolling" mixxed up.. because if you are doing something negative towards others because that is "your definition of fun"???? Well that's not noob at all, I think...

Mistakes are one thing, I play with people all the time and have fun with people who make mistakes... I understand that.. but I still believe there are guiedlines and levels of Etiquette that people should follow in games, online and .. well just about everywhere.

The definition of "noob" varies.
If you troll a certain type of person, he may call you a "noob", especially if your HR is of lower rank. It works like that.
Newb and newbie is more fitting for a person of lower HR, and it's usually not an insult.
But "noob"? That comes in all shapes and sizes. People use noob for almost anything. It's the ultimate insult.
So troll/noob, there is no difference according to many people.

And yes, it's true that most noobs don't even intend to be annoying, but a lot of them do.
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PostSubject: Re: Once a noob.   Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:26 pm

...Seems like nothing has changed since I left a year ago...
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