Firstly i’m not racist.
But i’m curious about the attitude of some Vietnamese players in this game. In Royal Revolt 2 we all know there are many different kind of players. There’s no need to list them. From the loyal one to the jumper one and so on.
Everyone in this game can do whatever want. Each person has a different behaviour. Especially in this game which is full of players coming from all over the world. You’re asking yourselves why i want to focus on some Vietnamese players of this game (Obviously i’m not talking about every single Vietnamese of this game,but i’m talking about a large part of them).
I’m curious about their attitude. I would like to know why they act in a way that is frustrating and annoying sometimes. So i’m here to know if someone can explain me why they act in a bizzarre way. Speaking for myself, I’m Italian,i like playing this game,i play RR2 for fun but i like also the values that there are behind this game. A game mainly based on team values.
In this game there are a lot of jumpers. Jumpers can ruin an alliance and they are a large part in this game. They jump from alliance to alliance in search of the best boosts among the alliances. I figured out that a large part of them are Vietnamese. My question is why? Why a player should jump from alliance to alliance only to get the best boosts of the whole game? My question is why particularly you? Don’t you like being loyal? No matter if you don’t. But don’t ruin an alliance with your opportunistic and convenience attitude. I’m sorry but doing that you will get a bad reputation and many leaders won’t accept you in alliances anymore. This is just a my personal consideration but at the same time the real fact of this game.
I’m sorry to see all this kind of attitudes coming from some Vietnamese players. But this is the reality. I challenge anyone to say otherwise. I would like to know an answer about this real problem. If some Vietnamese wants reply to this topic in a polite way, i would be grateful. This topic is headed to everyone. What do you think about it? My aim is not to hurt anyone. I’m just curious about this problem. That’s why i used the word " some". I’m sure Vietnamese people are not opportunistic. They have its own values, culture and traditions like any country. I respect them. I’m just talking about the game. And the reality i see around me.
Well i hope this topic will arouse interest among all of you.