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    First let me get the obvious out of the way. Most children in VR are abominations that don’t deserve to exist, and it’s all because of the god awful parents that let a grubby, greasy, chip-smeared iPad raise their children. I get a migraine every time I get into a lobby and either get TKed, or hear a 7 year old in the other team asking, “Can- Let’s do knives only! Whoever doesn’t do it gets kicked!”. God,that hurt to write.

    BUT there’s alway some good in a sea of bad. Believe it or not, there are children that are respectful, patient, and just want to learn how to play the game. Not all children just got it at Christmas because they saw josh dub play it, some of them are genuinely interested in VR and worked hard to buy a VR headset. I cannot stress enough how important it is to not bully or harass these guys, because I’ve seen it happen. They’re great, and are some of my personal favorite types of people in this game https://100001.onl/ https://1921681254.mx/.

    If you’re patient enough, try to teach them to play the game. Most of them are very curious, and will base their entire experience off of what you teach them.

    I met this one kid on a hunt lobby who just got the game, and had no idea what he was doing. I set the game difficulty to veteran, so I was prepared for failure. I introduced myself, and stuck my hand out to do a cheesy fake handshake. I taught him how to move around, grab things, and get a hang of the controls. He seemed confused when it came to the guns so I explained how this isn’t call of duty, and one or two shots can kill someone. Then I explained how the game worked, and he then said he was confident enough to go on. We walked around talking, then I spotted two guys who had their backs to us. I found it the perfect opportunity to teach him how shooting works, so I let him take the shot. He killed both, them SOMEHOW we went in to win the game! We played more and more, until I asked him to call the shots and lead me, to see if he learned anything. We won that round.

    I understand if you don’t have the patience to teach each and every one of them, but if you’re feeling generous you should try. At the very least don’t be mean to them.

    Tldr; don’t be mean to the kids that have an interest in the game, and if you’re patient try to teach them.
    Last edited by Kabutoo; 08-05-2021 at 04:28 AM.
    08-02-2021 07:02 PM

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