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Virtual World Guide: Proper Behaviour

Ohodnotit tento Článek Online socialization is taking quite a lot of interest from native gamers - most specially, virtual world games. Prior to diving into a massive online community, let's discuss in details some "Proper Behaviour Guide" in this short article. Země virtuálních světů! - Virtual World Guide: Proper Behaviour

Being in and around a simulated environment, populated by many users who can simultaneously explore the virtual world can present great stimuli to the participant, as well as experience a degree of presence in the pertaining community of participants. Thus, the lack of governing rules and reliable active subjugation for virtual world offenders and wrong doers persists to be a dilemma in most virtual games.

In the end, people just rely in themselves to put great efforts to bind the community with some guides of conduct inside the game. As we expand on this subject, let’s tackle a few leading points to remember when playing virtual games – to provide you with proper guidance with how you should behave inside the game. With this and everyone’s active participation, sharing a better game world to play in should relatively be achievable.

To get us started, participants must take a stand to do no “shit-talking” inside the game world. It is relevant that problems inside the game can arise between two individuals or even groups of people, but a proper way to deal with things, like in real world, is to talk things out in an educated manner. Don’t drop labels, no cursing, and never ever try to degrade someone with words within the game.

More so, never do something to that effect in the public – just to cause a commotion. Dealing with things calmly should suffice in taking care of the dilemma that you are in, if the involved individuals (or parties) are actively performing proper behavior inside the game.

Next we have to remember that this game is no more than “Role-Playing”. Do not obsess over it. There will be a chance that people can be intimate with others and then move on to the next. It inhibits great stimuli to other people that for sure, and we have to remember that “ALL OF THE TIME”. You could not blame that to the other person in a virtual world. Before even investing a great of trust or emotions to people in a virtual world, be sure of what you are getting into. In the end, there is no one to blame but yourself for falling for something that is seemingly avoidable from the very start.

People should also “practice what they preach”. If you decide on preaching proper guidance to the citizens playing the game, make sure you that you yourself imply the same stuff to others. What good is trying to bind others with a proper behavior guide if people themselves couldn’t practice what they preach.

“Get a private place” for private talks. If it’s a simple meet-up, a public place sure is a good place to see someone in your circle. But spending a one on one talk with a person for hours therein might just not be tolerable to other people in the same place. Like in the real world, yelling out loud in the public may plausibly annoy other people one way or another. Not limited to this instance, people getting intimate with other players in the game apply too! Get a room.

“Do not plead for attention”. Some people just could not help it but create a fuss or perform unnecessary commotion for seemingly nonsensical matters. If a virtual game is a free place for everyone, let us all help make it a GREAT place for everyone. If you know that what you do can annoy someone, try your best to restrain yourself. Most importantly, be cautious of what your actions may inflict unto others – to possibly receive the same treatment and behavior from other people in the game.

These are but a few key points to keep a virtual game a better place to play for everyone. It is but important to keep them at heart, and try our best to share them to everyone else to experience the best of the game for each one and all!

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