At 12/11/10 01:37 AM, Greenfrost6 wrote:
Or you just craft it for metal.
Huh?If you WANT a weapon, metal is of very little use to you without trading..remember, metal is used mainly for hats.
Hats were made to be EARNED from hard work.
leaving Tf2 open overnight or getting extremely lucky =/= hard work
Funny how when people idle they only get 2 items. I play regularly without ever idling, and I get drops every hour.
Idling has changed a lot lately, now it's practically useless with the drop-every-hour system.
But before you could get 20+ items at a time just by going spec and waiting A LOT, then dying.
Yeah, playing the game isn't fun at all.
Man, nevermind that, we're talking about the hats.If playing the game is your only purpose then you shouldn't bother about hats in the first place.
That's because you idled. I'm starting to think Karma may actually apply to this game.
Uhm, no, I didn't.I started idling only after I got my Fixative, and my total ilding time is barely over 20 hours, so you totally got this wrong.
No, working for hats takes patience, and time, which, in turn, made them rare, and valuable.
Again, it's not work, it's luck.Yes, even if you get the metal, you could still get a shitty hat.
And correct me if I'm wrong, but (most) hats are still valuable.
PFFFFFFFFFFFFF (Oh god, you're serious.)
Time to switch servers?I'm not lying, there's no trade spamming where I play anymore.
When you idle.
I think I already covered that.
It wouldn't matter if there was no trading.
They can't fight if there is no trading.
They can't do any of this without trading.
Are you purposefully being annoying or what?
I'm sorry, but saying the same thing over and over doesn't make your argument less pathetic.
If we follow that logic there should be no unlocks because, well, there would be no flame wars about which one's better, no "gtfo natascha noob" etc.
But they do make the game more interesting, just like trading which, by the way, is something the playbase always wanted.
Without trading, very very few people would have hats, and the ones that didn't would be constantly whining about not having ones.It's pratical for lending stuff to friends, gifting of course, getting a specific hat instead of a random one etc.
And before you go "durr durr get hattes thru hard verk", trading IS hard work and DOES take patience and a little bit of luck, just like before, but in a less boring way.Much less boring.
The Enter key, use it.
I did.And please, stop acting so smartass-y.Paradox gets it right, you don't.