Fang Talks

Six years!

Oh, how varied it can get.

People gather. It’s what we do. And we do it in a lot of different places, in a lot of different ways. The kind of people that gather in one place may not feel at home somewhere else, or maybe they can roll with the crowd nearly everywhere. In the end though, people cluster. And this leads to most communities having a subtle (or sometimes less so) feeling to them that sets them apart from the rest.

That’s actually really nice. Not only because it means there’s always going to be some group you’ll fit right in with, but also because they present you with a good way to enjoy different styles of interacting. In some gaming communities it’s considered normal to be super competitive about everything, always trying to one-up each other. In others, a more laid back attitude prevails, casually playing games for fun and jokes.

And then you haven’t even looked at the different people within those groups!
~ Fang

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