Leech: Hey, will you help me level
Me: Do you have a booster?
Me: Why not?
Leech: I can't afford it
You have access to a computer capable of running Wakfu. That means you are in a house with electricity. You clearly aren't starving because you have time to play a game. But you can't afford $6. Really?? A ten-year-old's can afford that much. (And I know there are ten-year-olds out there playing.) I can only interpret "I can't afford it" as "I don't mind wasting your time for my convenience." Why would I help someone who values my time so little? Take your entitlement somewhere else, please.
Other families (like mine, yet again) have parents that think video games are a gigantic waste of time, and absolutely refuse to let their children buy anything video-game related online. I literally couldn't afford anything until I was 18 and in college, living away from my parents. And because of not having experience with money, I got myself in debt while there. Guess where most of my money was going before I got a REAL job?
If you think I owned a computer, you're also wrong. I played on my dad's computer, which was his work computer, and every time something changed that wasn't to his liking I was no longer allowed to use it for about a week. Not only that, but I had to share it with all my brothers and sisters, which meant that I had about... 2 hours of play time per day, tops.
Don't be so close-minded. You don't seem to know the struggle some people have to live through these days. Sounds like you're the entitled one here.
Sorry for getting off-topic, but this point really bugged me and I feel like I have to say this.
This post has been edited by SSBKewkky - August 30, 2016, 09:22:54.