Jun 062011

I’m really trying hard to think of ways to try and encourage positive attributes in the DDO gamer crowd.

Most of the responses I get are along the lines of “give up, it’s just how things are”.

I don’t like giving up.

Any ideas?

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  1. I’m with you – I dislike giving-up. But unfortunately, no ideas come to mind. Other than just generally remaining positive and have positive responses, even to negative ones. You know – “lead by example” type stuff.

    Of course, that doesn’t mean you can’t share a rant from time-to-time…

  2. So I (via my Ranger) just annonymously healed someone at the AH. I saw they were down next to zero, so I grabbed my wand of CLW (might have been CMW), ran up the hill a ways off (kinda of outta sight), and zapped ’em up to about 75%. How’s that for an idea?? I rmember when I was just starting out that some PC clerics hung out in the Leaky Dinghy and did that for a lot of lowbies, including me. I always “saluted” them, if I saw who it was. Sadly, I haven’t seen that lately, except at events like Crystal Cove and Mabar. Too bad – it’s a nice gesture. Certainly left an impression on me (though I could not tell you today who they were).

  3. That is a good one!

  4. I always try to encourage people with my dance belt when I have time.

  5. I like to always be cheerful and good humored. I also when im bored do what Comic mentioned. Ill take my Cleric hang out in one of the pubs and wait for someone to die and spawn there so i can heal them and even restore some of their mana.

  6. Mmmmmm. Dance belt…

What do you think?

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