Do you ever think that our life is resemble to RPG ?
We have profession (the character class in RPG such as knight, priest, archer, wizard, etc)
We have attribute (the attribute in RPG like strength, dexterity, stamina, etc)
We have skill (in RPG it likes skill in sword, spear, fire spell, water spell, etc)
We have money (gold in most RPG)
We have experience (experience value in RPG)
We have equipment (like weapon, potion, armor in RPG)
So, whether you like to play RPG or not, you are playing it in your life.
We also concern about out character in our favorite RPG, but we don't really concern about our real character.
So, lets increase our real character by learning a particular skill, doing a job, participating on training, etc.
Thanks for reading my thread. Please share your experience and comments. Any comments will be appreciated.
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I playing this since 25 years & i have cheat codes also!
But i didnt understand where should i put them so my life will changes as Winner!
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Jeffry Kristianto Yanuar
Joined: Oct 01, 2007
Henry Wong wrote:
This statement misses the point... some RPGs, particulary the MMORPGs, such as WOW, can become an addiction. To some "players" in Second Life, or World of Warcraft, it isn't just a game.
Learning Java can become an addiction too. I never miss one day without thinking about Java. What MMORPG can do to their life ? Just a little.