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SP1R1TWALK3R 06-26-2010 05:38 PM

Why do people do this?
 
Sorry if this is the wrong place to put this.

But I've been playing Kingdom for Keflings on xboxlive today and I've encountered 2 people that:

1. kept moving my pieces as I was trying to build new buildings

and

2. everytime I go to move a kefling to a new job they kept picking them up and cancelling the move.

Looking round my kingdom now, the dude who I have just kicked out of the game 3 times have unassigned all my minions!

What do people gain out of being so childish?!

Is there anyway to block these people? So they can't keep entering back into my game?

Lord Yamikage 06-26-2010 05:44 PM

They do it for varies of reason.

1. Like being a dick
2. Like to screw around
3. Like to upset other gamer
4. Like to see what sort of entertainment they get out
5. Like to know what tick people off
6. Having a bad day (really bad day)
7. A kid who doesn't know what he's doing
8. Don't like how other player play
9.... the list sort of goes on.

Majority of the time, a lot of gamers are immature and very short temper. They lose they cool instantly - show how immature they are, even adult - and just do whatever they can to ruin the play for other players. My advise, make some good friends, and play with them only.

SP1R1TWALK3R 06-26-2010 05:50 PM

Yea, Thing is i'm trying to get the last 2 achievements :p

jarheadwayne 06-26-2010 06:01 PM

I know what you mean about those dickheads. Anyway, if you still need help with those last 2, hit me up. GT: Jarheadwayne

LP TaZ 06-26-2010 06:04 PM

Cuz people like to get a kick out of bugging others, I would know because I do it a lot when provoked.

Spoony Bard 06-26-2010 09:34 PM

I usually just go about my business and try to ignore them. After a few minutes of them provoking me with no response, most people will just quit or find someone new to bug. I've found this invaluable for dealing with the spawn-killers in Red Dead Redemption.

I don't care about my online record/stats though; I play for fun or Achievements. Not sure what you could try if you were aiming to preserve a specific win/loss ratio.

Sabrelord 06-26-2010 10:14 PM

Yea...some people can be very annoying.

If you want to prevent, then you could try to rate them.
I'm not sure if it helps when they actualy join your game manualy, but it will for matchmaking. IDon't know what it's exactly saying in your dashboard, but it's the "prefer/avoid" option when you go to their profile.

exit9500 06-26-2010 11:02 PM

If that's all that people are doing to you, you should consider yourself some what lucky. When I was working on those achievements people would come in and destroy buildings, especially the banner towers. At least those two things you can undo.

Corrupt. 06-26-2010 11:12 PM

The thing about people in general is that most of them are infact arseholes...

Kamakazi Pear 06-26-2010 11:12 PM

They're pricks, and thinks they're funny, when they aren't.
'Nuff said.

GhOsT SLaYeR 06-26-2010 11:56 PM

Lord Yamikage got it right, only real way to stop it is either, stop playing online for 5 min so they join another room or you can appear offline so they can't join in off of guide they have to do it through matchmaking where you can avoid them. I don't know if avoiding works though.

Koh1321 06-27-2010 02:43 AM

Hmm thats actually a pretty good idea!

JeckHyde105 06-23-2012 04:51 AM

Oh man, I really hate that. Every time I try to host a game, people just come in and start destroying my buildings and reassigning my Kelfings. I'm never going to get those last two achievements at this rate, so trust me when I say I feel you, man.

Yogurttoad 12-19-2012 06:42 AM

Had a lot of those. Just involves a lot of kicking until they give out.


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