Peepz the Tumblr Yo! More awesomeness and lulz you won’t know what to do with it – Tumblr
The 25 Smartest Comebacks Of All Time – Ned Hardy
This Picture Will Instantly Make You Smile! – We Rule The Internet
The Sexiest GIFs You’ll Ever See – Knowd
Photos From the Set of Birdman – Crowd Ignite
Uniforms vs bikinis in high-res (62 Photos) – The Brigade
Lea Michele in a bikini by the pool – Drunken Ninja
Rihanna In A See Through Dress And No Bra – Celebrity Ninja
10 Terrifying Historical Figures You’ve Never Heard Of – Linkiest
Barbara Palvin Busty in Victoria’s Secret Underwear – G-Celeb
Babes Showing Fabulous Rumps – Double Viking
Lovely Lady Humps, Happy Hump Day! – Bro My God
Janice Dickinson is in a bikini. Unfortunately – Celeb Slam
The Six Most Disturbing Books I Have Ever Read – Unreality Mag
She’s Uncoachable: Anastasia Grawe Doesn’t Disappoint – Uncoached
Sexy Ladies In Socks (15 Pics) – Regretful Morning
Hot Blondes Make The World Go Round – Big 10 Tens
The 7 Strangest Moments in Baseball History – The Smoking Jacket
Tulisa Contostavlos Works A Hot Pink One Piece in Ibiza! – Moe Jackson
Barbara Palvin is an uber cute angel – Brosome
Lone Ranger’s Bomb Won’t Hurt Disney Because of Star Wars – Furious Fanboys
New content is being added constantly to the game. While many people, like any MMORPG, tend to take the game to the extreme and just play it to acquire gold as fast as possible by grinding work quests constantly, there is nothing in the manual that says that levels and gold is the best thing to have.
Rather, I find the in-game environments and interacting with other players to be the best part. That is just me though. I really have never found a game as open-world as this one… Skyrim doesn’t even come close.
And you know what? There are a lot of other players who also sometimes get fed up with the game. Griefers are around a lot… and they don’t always get banned like they should. Sometimes people exploit the various quests and the admins don’t seem to notice or care. We all deal with these things. Sometimes some of the feature implementation for immersion also seems to be too difficult such as the "pay to play" services in order to move out of your randomly assigned default starting location (and lets be honest, some default starting locations need to be waaaaaaay nerfed. Even "good" starting locations many times have too many random events that are way above most players’ levels (even the high level ones)).
But even with these random events I have yet to see one that a player can’t get past with some ingenuity and help from guildmates and by using the forum (I will talk more about the forum in a moment). Unplugging is an option, yes, but due to the DRM nature of the game once you unplug once all saved data is erased. For that reason alone I would suggest waiting out unplugging from the game.
Now for using the Forum. A lot of people I think don’t use the Forum enough. Did you know that there are people employed IN-GAME to help you troubleshoot, fix, and make your playing experience more enjoyable? You can access these Forum help threads and be assigned to a GM with the tag "therapist." Try looking for Forum topics with the search function of "Therapists in _______" with whatever location you are. These GMs are specialized in helping you enjoy the game again, as well as helping you explore and find a specific play style you can be happy with. I can tell you, this function is greatly underutilized.
Please tell me more about what sort of in-game features you are struggling with, I am happy to talk more about it!
[Really though, I just want to say that you are not alone in feeling like you just want things to end… even if you know you won’t act on it there is help available for you, and by no means does it make you weak for it. As a resource, /r/suicidewatch does exist and while it isn’t a substitute for a suicide hotline or professional help, it can be someplace to talk. If you do feel like you might try ending your life please call 911 or The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.]
Louis Armstrong plays for his wife in front of the Sphinx by the pyramids in Giza, 1961
A Native American looks down at a newly-completed section of the transcontinental railroad. Nevada, about 1868