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#1 Re: Main Forum » My Thanks To You » 2020-11-27 04:28:32

Sending love to you Morti <3 I hope you're doing okay. Try to take care of yourself, easier said than done sometimes. Having a rough time but seeing your posts always brings a little smile~

#2 Re: Main Forum » Your first grief? » 2020-11-25 17:20:47

DiscardedSlinky wrote:

I don't even know who you are. My only memory of you is you drawing some fanart like a year ago. Who are you? Do you even play? Are you in the discord? You're sounding 1. incredibly paranoid and strange and 2. defensive as hell, which makes you sound guilty of something.

If you're having a bad day don't come here and put it on random people. If you're out there griefing you can do what you want but you'll have to accept consequences for it as we all do. Either way stop assuming everyone is talking to you. I was addressing griefers in general with most of my messages but you come out hurling insults at people you don't even know.

Sure you did nothing at all. How about you leave me alone and stop responding to me? I have told you what I think even offered to agree to disagree but you continue, I haven't insulted anyone on the level that you have, stop gaslighting me and assuming I'm guilty of something you're the one telling people to grow up and making massive assumptions about me. I'm not answering any of your questions this convo is just going south.

This isn't good for me and I need to stop talking to you. You are continuing to push buttons that are setting me off. Sure I have responsibility for how I feel and what I say but so do you and you're actually upsetting me so please for the love of god STOP.

#3 Re: Main Forum » Your first grief? » 2020-11-25 16:16:19

We're just going to get gaslit here guy. Try as we might to explain they're just going to insult us and then turn around and say they didn't. They'll tell you that this game isn't a therapist and tell you to get one in real life, even though us poor people can't get access to decent therapy at all.  Many of us have tried and been traumatised by people who shouldn't be in that line of work to begin with. You want actual therapy you need to PAY, like with most things in this crappy life.

I say this with care please just let it go before you become like me, a mess over something I can't control.

#4 Re: Main Forum » Your first grief? » 2020-11-25 15:41:43

You said it multiple times after my posts, but you know what, you're right. I shouldn't have let people like you and this game effect me so negatively in the first place. I shouldn't allow you to toy with my head 'unintentionally' or not. It's just easier to mess with certain people's emotions and then turn around and act like it's all on them. Sure, that's why a lot of us don't want to interact with people in general.

Just be more mindful. If you had lots of empathy you'd see issues from multiple perspectives rather than one. This situation is grey, not black and white.

#5 Re: Main Forum » Your first grief? » 2020-11-25 15:15:36

Maybe instead of saying grow up you could realise that there are people of all different kinds playing this game and many with various issues so being patronising and telling us or ppl like me to grow up is spreading even more toxicity and hardly helps us see your side of things. It's actually a little unsettling and upsetting to me how people have tunnel vision about this issue! Not everyone can handle the BS as well as you do I'm sure.

You CAN do something that unintentionally negatively effects another person. Just because it wasn't "deliberate" doesn't mean it's not griefing. Is that how you justify it?? Rather than getting the dictionary page up you could think about it with some nuance for a moment. You can do something 'unintentionally' like hit someone with a car or even accidentally kill someone. If you get caught are you going to say "Well I didn't MEAN to officer therefore you can't blame or arrest me!" You'd still go to jail for manslaughter because even if you didn't intend for anyone to get hurt your accidental actions can still cause hurt and harm.

Like Eve troll says you're running a bit fast and loose with deciding what actions are/are not griefing, but as soon as I mention another perspective you shut it down quickly and disregard other opinions. I wanted to have a healthy discussion not told to fucking grow up after making some actual points here.

#6 Re: Main Forum » Your first grief? » 2020-11-25 04:32:51

Haha grow up indeed. I can't say what I'd really like to in response to that BUT I can say with confidence that probably a majority of the OHOL playerbase have turned to griefing and anti hero antics at some point and I find it very unlikely that people have never griefed before. I don't believe that at all. You've never accused/cursed the wrong person? Never jumped to conclusions or made a mistake that ruined someone's experience? Never had an unpleasant argument over something that ended sour or used somebody elses materials/hard work for your own benefit only for them to return to their stuff unable to use it? How would you even know that you haven't unintentionally "griefed" someone? No player is that perfect, everyone makes mistakes or gets heated in certain moments and that doesn't make someone a bad player. Like in real life you wouldn't punish someone severely for a couple minor offences like you would the serial killers. The best griefers are the veterans of course you must know this, they got to that point somehow, right?

But yes put us all in the same basket as those who constantly ruin the game experience even though we may have only been reactive once or twice. What about the "griefers" who purposely acted up when the rift went up, so many people protested in game and that's what led to the rifts eventual removal imo. Those were some pretty good guys to be honest oh and a griefer gave us the Bearena technically they created entertainment. I'm sure there's more examples too.

You know Black hat/Grey hat/White hat hacking? I think griefers come in a few kinds so to say they're all the same is point blank period wrong.

But let's just agree to disagree. I doubt we're ever going to be on the same wavelength here. About anything.

#7 Re: Main Forum » Your first grief? » 2020-11-24 18:41:33

Yes it does! And yet people still do it and will continue to do so. When that mum rubbed my inevitable death in my face that wasn't griefing? I should just take it and move on yes? Be the bigger person? In theory yes but if you poke the bear so will I.

It's just inevitable unfortunately. Some people get provoked and others wanna see the world burn. Some do it to protest and they're given ample tools to wreak havoc.
IMO, if you've done far more good than bad in game then I certainly won't hold it against you or be self righteous about it. It just be like that sometimes.

#8 Re: Main Forum » Your first grief? » 2020-11-24 14:48:21

Griefing is part of the game remember? We all learned that the hard way.

#9 Re: Main Forum » Your first grief? » 2020-11-24 01:01:40

Memories of OHOl are getting fuzzy for me, it's been too long... But-

Mothers that abandon their babies is a given, it's going to happen. Some just keep running and a few say sorry, that's totally fine. "N-P" I used to say to the kinder ones.

But when a mom picked me up and said something along the lines of "You're going to die here lol" and then put me down, I poked bear caves in response. This was before babies were born flopping around on the ground like fish. Don't even know/remember if they got her but eh. I have only ever done negative actions in game after being provoked. If I felt my rage building towards the game I would just take breaks. the more it happened, the longer the breaks I took. In fact I haven't played a life in heck knows how long.

There was a whole town of griefers once. Crazy cultists that ritually stabbed eachother but then used up any and all meds to heal themselves, wasting both resources and time. None of them worked so a tiny minority was struggling to do most of the work and the town was dying as a result, unsalvageable. Two young girls wanted to leave, so I loaded them up with all the filling foods I could find among a few other resources and they left before I died.

#11 Re: Main Forum » I found something in the woods. » 2020-11-21 02:08:46

I always feel a little better when Morti is around the forums. I like that he keeps trying to restore our faith in humanity one tiny piece at a time, even myself being both a cynical and pessimistic person most of the time it's heartwarming.

You're a pretty good guy in my books Morti and I hope you stick around <3

#12 Re: Main Forum » Spoonwood - review » 2020-11-20 18:41:35

THIS coming from Gogo, a freaking dodgy roleplayer of the worst kind. Really, why the heck would anyone listen to you?

#13 Re: Main Forum » I found something in the woods. » 2020-11-18 00:00:40

Oh no, OHOL is bleeding into this reality!

I'm still team egg tho

#14 Re: Main Forum » I found something in the woods. » 2020-11-17 23:12:20

I'm living vicariously through your curiosity right now. This feels like a side quest and we all know those are the best.

#15 Re: Main Forum » I found something in the woods. » 2020-11-17 22:21:58

I hope it wasn't someone's 'breadcrumb' trail lol! But ye they actually do look like ping pong balls, are they super light?

#17 Re: Main Forum » I'm making FREE profile pics for a limited time » 2020-10-20 22:33:42

Love to see any artwork my friend. I just sliced my goddamn thumb open on a metal grinder. ❤️

#18 Re: Main Forum » Hi Morti » 2020-09-02 16:20:40

Aww I'm late, BALLS. :C

I still wanna spread the Morti love though <3

#19 Re: Main Forum » I miss nursing » 2020-08-24 17:14:56

Again, a lot of us don't 'agree with' or 'like' most of the changes or how the game is progressing, which is most likely why my and many other accounts are gathering dust right now but we know we can't do anything about it. We can't change it.

Only a handful of special chosen favourites have ever gotten anything to change. Someone made a troll suggestion to limit iron or oil or some shit and it got implemented.

What do you want us as players to do when you know most of us are not listened to? It's not our game and not our responsibility, these are the vibes I get from the forums;
You can make suggestions but someone comes along saying "You know this is Jason's game right???He doesn't have to listen to you!" And then we mind our own damn business and watch as OHOL's playerbase gets smaller with every update.

We literally can't do shit, is all I'm saying.

#21 Re: Main Forum » MBTI personality test - does it shows correctly your OHOL behaviour? » 2020-08-18 02:29:03

Spoonwood wrote:

The latter.  Well, I haven't taken the thing for over a decade now, but that's what I got before.

Ooh noice! I used to be a little too obsessed with these personality tests, yikes it's all coming back to me now.

Like most other quizzes they're fun little time wasters and I know they can change over time and they mean nothing too serious but even so my right brained self still wants to YAAAAS for guessing correctly lol

Even though I know a lot of things are BS I still read up on the old horoscopes here and there too.

#22 Re: Main Forum » MBTI personality test - does it shows correctly your OHOL behaviour? » 2020-08-18 00:43:19

I took a Myers Briggs test again, it scored: INFP-T, which is apparently mediator type.

Basically I'm a big introverted sensitive crybaby that tries(very hard)to get along with certain people and I have way too much empathy for my own good.

If I had to guess what type you are spoon imma shoot in the dark, you could be....




Those are my two guesses.

Edit: I'm just assuming that all of us are on the introverted side here lol.

#23 Re: Main Forum » Remember » 2020-08-15 19:49:15

Morti bringing the positivity and good vibes. Love it, I am here for it <3

#24 Re: Main Forum » I miss nursing » 2020-08-12 22:05:21

It's not that I think the game shouldn't have new things added. Yes mechanics have been changing some for better and some for worse but we're far from the point where adding more diseases would be fair to the playerbase.

The game is heading towards automation, farming and mining are shifting to automatic machinery. In time maybe even clothing will be more than just fashion, maybe we'll get some armour or practical gear for different terrain and hostile lands. Who knows what's going to happen with anything? I'm just waiting to see.

Maybe once the in game 'future' advances some more, diseases will be fairer and balanced then.

#25 Re: Main Forum » Why do animals live forever? » 2020-08-08 23:31:50

The dogs don't live forever they just run around being useless. That's sad enough.

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