I unsubscribed to Dungeon and Dragons Online today. I really only subscribed to get the 1000 points, which was all I needed to buy the 32 point build. Now I have a dual-wielding khopesh paladin, and all is well. They will still get my money in non-monthly ways. The breakup was easy. Logged in to the master account. Do you want to unsubscribe? Are you sure? Done. If you want to help us with an exit survey, that’d be swell. I almost had to search to find that last sentence it was so inconspicuous. The relationship we had wasn’t working, but the breakup was clean enough to tell me we could still go have a beer once in awhile.
The so-called number 1 MMO was a different story. She started crying, showing me cute and “memorable” pictures of stuff we might have shared. I had to scroll through her sob story of how she might change for me, and then she begged for help. All I could say while wishing my friend would call now telling me my Aunt died was “it’s not you, it’s me.” By the time I got away I was embarrassed for her. Would I have to go through this every time I wanted to hang out with her?
Like Dan Savage, I seek to employ the campsite rule outside of… well, campsites. I want to constructively tell the devs why I am leaving because it can only benefit everybody. But, when I am being paintballed with marketing cowdung my constructive thoughts go right out the window. On the other hand, when it is clear the company respects my time and money, I will actively seek out the feedback link.
put a leash on her, turkish