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  1. If someone asks you for help... would you help? I ask this because lately I'm finding that the answer from this site is no. I mean, I would help if I could especially if it's no big deal but I can't seem to get that same feeling from others. 


    I recently asked for help in a game. A trophy that would take 5 mins probably. I posted a status update and of course created a gaming session. I even messaged the latest person to get the platinum. No response.


    He checked out my profile though but couldn't even answer no. I had another player want to help but got the trophy himself with another and couldn't bother to help me anymore. 


    So. I ask again would you help and have you helped someone else in the past with a trophy? Not just a trophy you get together but one that you've maybe gotten a while ago. 



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    2. MMDE


      Done it many times.

    3. ihadalifeb4this


      I did help and i will probably help in future too. However, thinking that only person that doesn't want to help is "bad guy" is one sided point of view. Person asking for help can be just as bad. To them you can be just a tool to get the trophy and nothing else. I had my fair share of trophy hunters that never said a single word to me after they got what they want.


      From my experience if you run into person that asks for help with trophies and it turns out that they are unprepared, unwilling to communicate and do anything gameplay related don't feel bad walking away from them. 


      @PooPooBlast Here's some more notifications! 😇


    4. PermaFox


      Like I said, I don't have a problem helping anyone with a game I have.  I just can't stay home from work, rearrange my schedule or wait 2 hours for someone to show up for a game session.