The idea is that the adoptee gets to claim a room in the member’s den and have a “mom” or “dad” in the game. These non-members are often seen begging people, “Adopt me plz! ” They will follow members around begging, usually to no avail. My daughter saw someone begging to be adopted, so she wrote, “I’ll adopt you.” The player wrote, “EWW no! I didn’t do this as an experiment—I did it because I didn’t like how it felt when other players were rude to me. Social shunning There are several social aspects to the game—first, you can request that someone become your “buddy.” That person may or may not accept your request.
“It’s ever-evolving, which is what makes it so difficult to deal with,” says Vice President of Marketing Natalie Shahmiri.
“A minority of kids are constantly trying to find ways around the systems we set up.
Finally, the “failed” trader asked the rest of the room if we thought he was offering enough.
It was a ridiculous trade: the “failed” trader had a giant list full of the most valuable items in the game, whereas the item he supposedly wanted was something very minor.
You’re cool if you have lots of rare items, especially spiked collars and headdresses.