Quote from DSMK2
This happens in every (massively) multiplayer online game I've played, veterans don't pay attention to newcomers. I think it's pretty much due to "time", at some point after helping a number of newcomers, "time" starts to feel like it's getting wasted. Or something like that.
Solution: Figure out everything yourself or force others to teach your somehow, if you mess up or accidentally break the rules, be humble, listen to them (and apologize too!). Then later, worm your way into the tightly connected community through friendly interaction, that way others will pay attention to you more. Also important: "Do", rather than "say", as doing (awesome, good) things, will add weight to what you say.
When ever I go into a server, I am very respectful and obey the rules.
I just want to build and have fun with live adult minded people.
and just hang out for a little bit and kill monsters and learn things while im doing stuff.
I took a break from "Eve Online" where i am a pilot in a huge 8-k man Alliance.
Where I am a ECM and ECCM Specialist pilot.
wanting to play something different and then after a while return back into "Eve Online".
we do massive 4 thousand pilot fights.
but after a while it gets a little rto crazy and people take a break for a bit and return.
but as you read, trying to play something different has just gone to the toilet