WoW Gamers Take Their Fight Offline, Gamers Everywhere Cry MORONS!

Posted: May 10 2007, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:47am CDT, in News | Gaming

WoW Gamers Take their Fight Offline, Gamers Everywhere Cry MORONS!
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Morons give all gamers a bad name, but I’m not sure which of these morons is the worst. It seems that some WoW players have taken their problems out of the game and into the real world. Note to all idiots playing WoW, beating up a guy for bothering your wife in WoW, doesn’t get you gold or experience points in real life. However, it does give other geeks funny stories to tell at the LAN party.

A Mexican WoW player named Bronco Carson told local police that three people broke into his home, beat his arms with clubs, and smashed his computer. The PvP raid in the real world led to Bronco loosing his beloved computer, some dignity and receiving a fractured wrist and a couple broken fingers, and most likely loosing his love life to boot (think about it).

The attack is seemingly because Bronco was stalking and killing one of his attacker’s wife’s WoW characters in the game, making it difficult for her to progress. Bronco claims that the woman made repeated threats to him in the game and then sent her husband to take care of him.

In further proof that all involved in this case are complete dumb asses, Bronco gave the woman his address and told her if her husband was man enough to come over and settle this, to send her husband on. This naturally brings the question to my mind, if you invite a dude over to kick your ass, can you call the cops on him without looking like a total tool? Meh, on second thoughts these guys are way beyond the tool stage, are they not? Story and image via Fun Tech Talk.

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