Discussion in 'Introductions' started by CasualNuker, Jan 10, 2017.
f off lol
why would you return? The server is going to die in a year or so because Minecraft is an old game. People have moved on the latest and greatest which is why most servers dont have more than 200 players on at once. I forsee Meep having this grand re-opening, but the playerbase dying in a few months because the game just isn't exciting when you've done everything.
Yes, Minecraft is an old game, and yes, the player base is not as large for what it used to be, but is that all there is to it? Take Team Fortress 2, for example. Sure, the amount of active players is far less than, say, a few years ago, but it is still one of the most played games on steam to this very day. Many large Youtubers based on TF2 have still been creating videos at a decent rate for a long time, and even after the great key crash of '15, the trading economy is still good. This can also be applied to Minecraft, as it has passed its golden days, but the community is still massive, with some servers (you know, those servers,) having thousands of players on at a time basically 24/7. And, it is basically impossible to do everything you can ever do on Minecraft, let alone one single world. There are still caves to be explored, dungeons to be raided, mobs to kill, houses to build, villagers to traded with, and in meepcraft's case, meebles to be made, new players to meet, halo games to be played, boomo games to win, the whole lot. I am not intending to say that your response has no weight, but you have to look on the bright side. The community is active, the helpers are helpful, there will almost always be a town to be a part of, and an economy where you can collaborate and compete with others to make meebles and have fun.
Edited for a spelling error caused by spellcheck.
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nah man i sent it from a computer this time