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David Gaider, former lead writer on the Dragon Age franchise at BioWare, is leaving the game studio after 17 years. 

Gaider announced his departure on a tweet earlier this morning. 

The split between Gaider and BioWare was a positive one. “It was indeed my decision, one not made easily since BioWare’s been very good to me, and the parting is amicable,” said Gaider to website Polygon. “It’s simply time to move onto a new challenge.”

Gaider has been with BioWare since 1999, working as a writer on Baldur’s Gate 2: Shadows of Amn. His best known work includes his character writing, creating party members as Carth Onasi and HK-47 from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and Deekin, the Kobold Bard in Neverwinter Nights. Gaider also became the lead writer on Neverwinter Nights, and would later become the lead writer on the Dragon Age franchise. 

Gaider’s biggest contribution is to the Dragon Age franchise, where he is not only responsible for several characters across all three games, including party members Alistair, Morrigan, Fenris, Cassandra and Dorian, but also the lead writer for the titles and had a large part in penning several quest lines and scenes in each of the games.  Gaider has also written several comic books and novels based on the Dragon Age franchise, including the acclaimed Dragon Age: Asunder

His character writing has been met with critical approval, with Gaider himself stating Morrigan and Alistair are his favorite characters from the Dragon Age series. 

Gaider, who is openly gay, has spoken about inclusiveness in video games several times, speaking at GaymerX and writing about why inclusiveness matters, and how it can be done.

Last year, Gaider stepped down from his position as lead writer for the Dragon Age series, giving the reigns to senior writer Patrick Weekes. He began working for the writing team on the as of yet unannounced IP by BioWare.

As of right now, Gaider has not revealed his current plans after leaving BioWare. He is right now focusing on “saying goodbye and packing up.” 

What do you think about this news? Where do you think Gaider will go next? Leave your comments below. 


Robert Grosso

Staff Writer

A game playing, college teaching, erudite-minded scholar who happens to write some articles every so often. Have worked as a journalist, critic, educator and blogger for over five years now, with articles published (as user editorials) on Game Revolution and Giant Bomb as well as a contributor for the websites Angry Bananas and Blistered Thumbs. Now making TechRaptor my home.



  • Doc Hammer

    And the chemo begins to take effect. We might not be able to save it, but Bioware might at least be able to die peacefully.

  • Robert Grosso

    that’s a bit morbid.

    What about Patrick Weekes?

  • Hope he jumps ship, too.

  • Daniel Pina

    Yes!!
    Maybe now the next Dragon Age will be great again and not a succession of Social Justice shoehorned crap!

  • King of Bros

    Well he’s been writing shit stories for Bioware for more than a decade.

    Without him OR Jennifer Hepler i don’t see how they’ll manage the same ”quality” again

  • So he’s responsible for Dragon Age? I must not be a fan of his then.

  • Robert Grosso

    Not going to happen since he got the lead writer position on Dragon Age. At least, not likely at this point.

  • Marie Teach

    It’s owned by EA so it’s only a matter of time

  • Riku Ryhti

    I don’t really know what to think about Gaider. He did awesome job with baldurs gate and da:o was pretty good game overall… but then BAM, full retard. What the hell happened?

  • SiliconNooB

    I wouldn’t hold my breath…

  • Bitterbear

    Toe the social justice line or be fired.

  • Zepherdog

    I think the cancer has spread further than Gaider tho.

  • Iconoclast

    Deekin was adorable. I just had to take him everywhere.

  • Sad to see another Bioware veteran go, there can’t be many of the older team left now.

  • Zepherdog

    Thankfully they’re all brewing beer or something.

  • m-p{3}

    Noooo Mass Effect please don’t die 🙁

  • LimmyWinks

    I’m okay with this. The hamfisted political crap is really bad, probably will still continue, but at least he won’t contribute anymore to it. I just hope he doesn’t go to some other company and infect them.

  • Robert Grosso

    I don’t think Gaider ever wrote for Mass Effect.

  • ParasiteX

    He has never been involved in Mass Effect as far as i know.

  • Mark Andrew Edwards

    Well there’s a chance for the writing to improve now. I was not a fan of this guy, his early work was ok but the Dragon Age series was a mess and a big reason was the writing.

  • Robert Grosso

    Those accusations of being a “social justice line” never made sense to me. Dragon Age never read like such a game, especially considering sex and sexuality has always been a part of it since the beginning, and well before the title even existed with BioWare. If you read the link above from Gaider he even talks about how to include different points of view without destroying the game, setting or believability of it.

    So honestly…id say such accusations are just false rhetoric.

  • TheCybercoco

    Well. maybe this means there will be less awkward moments in future Bioware games. Here’s hoping.

  • Yosharian

    Do you think Alistair and Morrigan were well-written characters though? Do you think the Morrigan romance was good?

    For me these things never really hit a good note. Alistair was just so goofy and quirky, he was more an anachronistic joke than a well-written character (I still kept him around because he was admittedly quite funny at times plus I needed a tank).

    Morrigan was just irritating and annoying, and the romance never hit any good notes for me. (Of course I realise that that’s quite a subjective thing)

  • Marie Teach

    what I said was factual, EA has a habit of shutting down famous studios, deal with it.

  • Chris Anderson

    Did Inquisition have gay stuff shoehorned in? The franchise always had gay, straight and bisexual characters and it never felt forced to me.

  • SiliconNooB

    It must suck for fangirls like you to have to defend a product that has become as poor as the abject chaff that Bioware churns out nowdays.

  • SiliconNooB

    You really should watch you mouth, missy. Being polite costs nothing.

  • ParasiteX

    I love Baldur’s gate and the early Dragon Age games. And i’ve never minded the gay or bisexual romances in past Bioware games.
    But it felt forced and out of place in Inquisition. Also add the fact they completely censored the crap out of Desire demons..
    It felt like they where just checking off checkboxes for inclusivity. Than trying to write the characters in a natural and believable way.

  • Chris Anderson

    Mind telling why you thought it was shoehorned into Inquisition?

  • Skyrar

    He wasn’t that bad. A SJW indeed but not a radical one. Though it doesn’t really matter. Bioware lost it’s magic a long time ago and makes only above-average games these days.

  • Bitterbear

    I’d hoped that after Bill from The Last of Us, developers would ditch the flambuoyant trope. Dorian always felt like something Annie Proulx (Brokeback Mountain) would create.

  • ParasiteX

    Now i haven’t played it for a while. So my memory is a bit iffy on all parts i found off.

    But ill try and list some things that i remember which bothered me..

    Like Sera, she never quite made sense to me why she was exclusively gay. Her free spirited personality would have made a bit more sense as a bisexual.

    Which led me to believe she may have ben changed to exclusively lesbian because they needed one to mark of their inclusivity check box..

    And then there are the proportion of sexuality among the romanceable characters. 2 exclusively gay chars, 2 exclusively straight chars, 2 exclusively bisexual chars.. That felt really synthetic. And just screamed them trying to shoehorn in a minimum quota of romanceable chars for maximum inclusivity..

    Now i did enjoyed many of the characters. But their sexuality just came off as being forced..

    And then there was the change of the Desire Demons model from this

    http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/dragonage/images/1/13/Creature-Desire_Demon.jpg/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/240?cb=20091130193132

    to .. well i was gonna show you a pic.. But i couldn’t find one as that model was completely removed from Inquisition..

  • Chris Anderson

    I’m all for having different opinions and reading discussions between people on opposite sides of any given issue, but you may try to not wish death on people you disagree with.

  • Chris Anderson

    Eh, I’m okay with there being 2 of everything since that doesn’t really say anything about the characters themselves.

    Sera being exclusively gay also seems fine to me, since you can be free-spirited as well as just gay, straight or bi.

    That they changed the desire demon’s model is odd to me since the game does have nudity in sex scenes. Seems odd to make a sexual demon less sexual.

    Cheers for elaborating though. Interesting to read someone else’s perspective.

  • Robert Grosso

    Honestly yes.

    It is a subjective thing, but Morrigan as a romance was unique because it was one of purpose on her end (intended to preserve a god) in-lore, but she would eventually fall for you. She gets trapped in a scenario where she would love the player, but struggles to do her intended purpose for travelling with you.

    She has no social graces, no contact to the world, doesn’t give a damn about anything but herself, she was selfish. In the romance, or even as a friend, that changes as she becomes more world-weary. In Inquisition it is a complete 180 when she shows she cares about her son.

    It is always subjective like that. Looking beyond the presentation is what you need to do. Dorian for example is supposed to be flamboyant, it’s part of his personality and his whole “i’m a martyr” shtick in the end. But he is conflicted inside because of his origins and beliefs; most of his arc is about his homeland and making Tevinter better, and reconciling with his father is just part of that step in the end.

    I guess it really depends on what you enjoy in the end. I don’t like how some characters are written sometimes, like Merrill in Dragon Age II or Oghren, but they do have depth to them, at the very least. Might not be a cup of tea for everyone though.

  • ParasiteX

    For variety i would have proffered more bisexual options instead.

    But then again. Not even sure why i even bothered replying to a bat shit insane person such as yourself..

  • Robert Grosso

    there was only one desire demon in-game to be fair…and it happened to be a man this time from my recollection.

  • ParasiteX

    Yeah, Imshel. But still shit not too see any Desire Demons pop out of rifts. As would have made for interesting gameplay having some of your party members get charmed.

  • ParasiteX

    LOL.. wanting more bisexual character makes me a homophobic psychopath now? Interesting logic you have there.. 😛

  • Robert Grosso

    Ok all of you, calm down a bit.

    Second, I can field that question. In Dragon Age 2 there were a number of complaints about four out of the five romanceable characters being all bi-sexual, because it did not show off further personality to their characters. People were upset about the game being “player-sexual” in that way, and how unrealistic it was for there to be four bisexual characters in your party.

    So honestly, the approach in Dragon Age Inquisition was fair. You also need to remember Dorian, Josephine, Cassandra, Sera and Iron Bull were the only original romances. Cullen, Blackwall and Solas were added later because they got a year extention of development time, hence some restrictions. But they are restrictions that make sense for their characters.

    I honestly do not understand the complaints in the end regarding the romances.

    I should also point out, none of their sexualities were forced, in a sense of being loud and in front of the player. Dorians comes up in a personal questline because its a small part of his arc, but its not instrumental to his character growth. The game doesn’t really focus on it, it uses it in a plot point but thats about it. Sera it only comes up casually unless you sleep with her. Outside of that it really doesn’t have a bearing on her character, one that is a petulant teenager that honestly annoyed me to no end.

  • Robert Grosso

    No hes right, calm down please. Your own attitude is not helping matters at all, it makes you just as irrational.

  • Robert Grosso

    There is always next game. It’s not like they scrapped Desire demons all-together. Perhaps seeing male and female variants would be interesting, since Desire demons were always a specific enemy boss.

  • Robert Grosso

    Did it really bother you he was a bit flamboyant?

    I mean it really has no detrimental effect on the character if you ask me. Look i’m bisexual and I thought it was ok; keeping him muted and plain and not taking any risks or cliches to form a personality is just as dishonest because it would then feel purposeful to a checklist, our token gay guy who is a regular dude like everyone else. Not to mention the kind of thing someone who is hard-left progressive might find offensive.

    But that is what I think about it, at least.

  • LimmyWinks

    Oh please, there’s a difference. Shoving gay people into a game for purely political reasons always comes off as hamfisted. That’s what Bioware does now. Also, didn’t know he was gay, so take your buzzwords somewhere else. I don’t give a shit what he is. Bad writing is bad writing. Lol, I can tell by your reaction to everyone saying something bad about Bioware, you are a fanboy/girl. You make it about him being a homosexual. That’s fucking irrelevant to me when it comes to the writing. The writing he puts into his games now are complete shit all for the sake of looking “progressive”. It’s fucking pathetic.

  • LimmyWinks

    The first game was excellent, but the the other 2 fucking sucked.

  • ParasiteX

    While i did find Dorian a fun character overall. And i didn’t mind his flamboyant style, in fact it’s the thing that made him such a fun char to be around. But it did also come off as being very stereotypical and tropy.

  • Zepherdog

    Woah, that was unexpected.

    Is it because I’m a furfag? ‘^’

  • Yosharian

    Sounds like you like her because of who she is rather than how she’s written, but fair enough.

    As for Dorian, fuck that piece of shit day one DLC.

  • Chris Anderson

    What you don’t seem to get is how ironic you threatening other people who are threatening other people is. They’ve got an attitude problem as well.

    That you’re anonymous on the internet doesn’t mean you get to threaten everyone you disagree with. Just be calm and don’t let other people get to you over something like this.

  • Robert Grosso

    I thought that too at first, but upon reflection it really doesn’t do much to Dorian’s character. If he wasn’t gay, it wouldn’t change much of his arc really, which is more about overcoming his own stubbornness and insecurity in a world he doesn’t want, and finding the courage to do something about it.

    Without it, his confrontation with his father would be more or less the same, without the subtext, I bet.

    I also got to admit, that moment he yells at his father about his “fucking legacy” was a bit close to home, I can get that tension because ive had it with my parents before, always worried about my own career decisions, my own life and making sure I was as comfortable or hard-working as them. Maybe it’s just me though but thats what I read into it. I do think the fact that his sexuality is a part of that arc does give off the wrong impression though, but in truth it never felt stereotypical to me.

  • Robert Grosso

    Day one DLC?

    How she is written informs us as to who she is. Her arc, her writing is supposed to be nonchalant and manipulative. She thinks she is better than everyone in the room and she is not afraid to call out the BS on that.

    Those two things kind go are one in the same with her agenda, really. From the get go she was lying to the player, that was kind of the point, I thought.

  • Doc Hammer

    You mad? Chemo would imply we’re doing everything we can to save them; it just might too late, I’m afraid. Do try to follow the metaphor, even if it is over your head.

  • SiliconNooB

    You should try not to be so emotional.

    Shoehorned LGBTFGFHDJSBHSDPQ content isn’t even what makes modern day Bioware so bad [though it sure doesn’t help]. DA:O had that kind of content and that didn’t stop it from being a good game – but DA:O was the last good game Bioware ever made. The most recent Dragon Age game was like an RPG made by Ubisoft. Absolutely terrible.

  • LimmyWinks

    Never said that. I’m saying you shouldn’t shoehorn them in just because they are gay. That’s bad writing.

  • LimmyWinks

    No, it’s because lilyWhite is a bitter fanboy who can’t tell good writing from bad writing so because someone says something negative how their precious Bioware, they are in attack mode.

  • LimmyWinks

    DA:O was good because the content wasn’t shoehorned.

  • LimmyWinks

    Yes. It was super forced in Inquisition.

  • LimmyWinks

    I seriously doubt that.

  • Yosharian

    Not buying it, but as I said, it’s subjective.

    Dorian was a piece of day one DLC.

  • Yosharian

    2/10

  • Yosharian

    1/10

  • Yosharian

    0/10

  • LimmyWinks

    Again, putting words into my mouth. Never said that either, but it can happen and it happens quite a bit with Bioware’s games.

  • Max

    Lmao @ lilyWhite. Assblasted fangirl who is mad people don’t like her favorite writer.

  • Bitterbear

    For all the talk of diversity this and diversity that, Gay characters are still portrayed as lisping fairies. A Joe everyguy who happens to be gay would have been a step up instead of a Perez Hilton wizard. Hell, I’ll settle for an Anderson Cooper necromancer.

  • Donwel

    I think it’s actually Gaider himself making poor use of his now large amount of free time.

  • Zepherdog

    I know what she is, I was just humoring the midget. ;’)

  • Live the dream

    Has Skyrar threatened someone?

  • Live the dream

    This is the one good point you have made here free spirited shouldn’t define ones sexuality you can indeed be free spirited without being bisexual. Apart from this most of what you say is nonsenes. The thing is a lot of the people you think are homophobic have played games with gay characters previously and not given shit. Saying gay characters were not well written and seem forced is not homphobia if it were all the feminists who complained about bayonetta would also be misogynists for saying she isn’t a good character when the character was created by a woman.

    You have to be able to separate those who are legit saying the characters are forced and simply want well written characters rather than ones that seem to be forced and those who simply want to remove gay characters altogether. If you can’t do that you come of as insane sjw who is trying to find things to be offended about. No one is advocating that a gay man can’t write gay characters. They are saying the characters had no personality apart from being gay which isn’t really that much of a significant charter traight. There is nothing unique or interesting about being gay or being bi etc.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/KotakuInAction/comments/42am26/industry_dragon_age_lead_writer_david_gaider/cz908u4
    Is a gay man complaining about the crap characters and saying the same thing as everyone else here a sock puppet or has internalized homophobia?

  • SiliconNooB

    Successful doesn’t mean good, you silly girl. If Success is your metric for a game’s quality then you should go and play Call of Duty immediately, and leave us adults here to converse sensibly in peace.

  • Robert Grosso

    And you are wrong on Dorian in the end.

  • Robert Grosso

    If that’s the case, then wouldn’t the “SJW” crowd object to Dorian because the character is a stereotype?

    By that logic Inquisition can’t “tow the social justice line” because it goes against the line.

  • Bitterbear

    Their lack of self-awareness is legendary.

  • Yosharian

    Woops I was thinking of Sebastian from DA2.

  • Robert Grosso

    Ahh, no worries.

    Funny, I kind of liked his character too. I also didn’t mind the Day one aspect because BioWare has been doing that already with Origins and Mass Effect at the time. To each their own I guess.

  • Robert Grosso

    Isen’t that still presumptuous?

  • Bitterbear

    Don’t look at me. I’m trying to see how deep I can dig myself into.

  • Robert Grosso

    Not sure why :P.

  • I generally enjoyed the first one when it came out, but after trying to replay the first and second, I found I didn’t like the writing much at all. In terms of gameplay, I really did like DA:O and it really opened up the relationship building thing in RPGs which I’ve come to enjoy.

  • Zepherdog

    Honestly I believe Liliwhite is either trolling or shoehorning herself into discussion flinging shit, and people who dont know better are responding in kind.

    I know theres plenty of vitrol being thrown towards Bioware and, rightful or not, at least discusssion has remained somewhat civil and on topic.

  • Zepherdog

    Inquisition sold a million and half less than mass effect 3, and that was concidered a flop.

    It also sold the same on 5 systems combined that Splatoon sold on 1.

    Just saying. :’)

  • Zepherdog

    Oh boy that wasn’t hard at all! And here I was thinking you really were a troll for a moment.

    Poe’s law definitely applies here.

  • SiliconNooB

    CoD isn’t terrible, just exceedingly mediocre. CoD is still a bit better than DA3.

  • SomeCollegeStudent

    I didn’t play Dragon Age 2 or Inquisition, so what went wrong?

  • Yosharian

    Oh I have no problem with the character. I quite liked Javik. The point is that Day One DLC is a fucking plague upon gaming.

  • Daniel Pina

    IMO Dragon Age 1 and 2 were great. Sexuality of all kinds simply existed and you could explore it in any way you wanted (straight, gay, bi).

    This is how real life should be, the “social sexuality utopia” if I could name it. You do whatever you want and only the people who are part of the relationship have anything to do with that. Again: Dragon Age 1 and 2 took sexuality in this context and it was great for that.

    But DA: Inquisition was a clusterfuck of trying to shoehorn every single feminism+LGBT issue/pandering into 9 companions. You have to listen Iron Bull complaining how no one understands him for being bissexual, then his transsexual guard saying no one accepting him being transsexual other than Iron Bull, then Dorian’s quest about how his daddy doesn’t like him being gay so he’s trying to change his sexuality (WTF?). Then all companion females need to have tomboy hair. Then Cassandra (who was somehow hit with an Ugly Stick between DA 2 and Inquisition, like Morrigan) is the only straight lover companion for males and of course she must be the typical butch femme / man-with-boobs stereotype.

    The sum of all this makes it shoehorned, which is exactly what David Gaider had been preaching in LGBT conventions for years – that games should increase inclusiveness.

  • Riku Ryhti

    Pretty much everything. DA2 was clearly rushed and inquisition a repurposed MMO. Listing all the faults would take me a whole day and those games just ain’t worth it.

  • When Mass Effect and Dragon Age were given sequels, I was expecting Bioware to pamper and spoil the player by making every character bisexual. Some games are afraid to do anything less than cater to our every whim, but having exclusively gay/straight characters sets limits. It’s quite a bold move, so credit to them for that. I can see how the equal numbers make it also look like a checklist too though.

    One thing I would’ve liked to have seen were romances blossoming between other characters within the group. Basically, anything to make me feel less like the entire world is bent around the protagonist. Can’t see them going for that though. Imagine having a fight with Josephine and in the heat of the moment she claims you’re not as good as Iron Bull. Luckily I’ve already come up with the perfect retort:

    ‘Oh yeah? Well neither are you!’

  • Robert Grosso

    Dragon Age 2 had an 18 month development time. Despite a decent story, well done characters and a neat idea, the world itself was monotonous; more or less everyone agrees if there was more variety in terms of environments, clever encounter rates and a deeper skill tree system, the game would have been a lot better.

    Inquisition was a response to that, but the “MMO” charges mostly come from encounter design being tailor made for skirmish fighting with smaller mobs (probably with tactical cam in mind, which a lot of people on PC hated because they didn’t have full range of the environment.) There was also a lack of cinematics in Inquisition which made the world seem “dead” to some people, that is one area Witcher 3 did improve on things because they had cinematics for every quest line and nearly every conversation, instead of just a few.

    Truth be told, people find fault with anything nowadays. I would honestly play them and judge for yourself, it really does depend on what you are looking for though. Both games are good on their own merits, and honestly I prefer them to other RPGs out there.

  • Robert Grosso

    Yeah, but thats not context, that’s just a madlibs of hate words.

    Why is it a plague? Is it the belief that content was cut or removed from the main game?

    I know in BioWare’s case that is not necessarily true; Javik for example was actually cut content repurposed, same happened with Shale and Zaeed Massani. The devs even stated it that due to script re-writes or other technical issues the characters were removed and revived to fulfill the DLC obligation, or were incomplete by the time the game shipped and were re-packaged as DLC on launch.

    I know for companies it’s not about altruism, but I personally don’t see it as a plague in the end unless it’s abused, especially considering most DLC plans are now baked into the budget. So far the abuse is mostly from Capcom from what I remember, Street Fighter X Tekken comes to mind.

    I don’t know in the end. Day one DLC is like microtransactions, its a tool for extra content and the issue tends to be the perception of abuse, versus actual abuse in my experience.

  • Robert Grosso

    you forgot Josephine for males.

    You also lack the context in all of those characters. What you describe is the surface appearances which does the writing no credit.

    I explained before what Dorian was all about. Iron Bull never really complained about his bisexuality, it was more so his nonchalant persona being challenged by duty as he continued to “go native” and leave the Qun more and more which was his major dilemma.

    Krem everyone has an issue with too, mainly because of one conversation. Honestly…I don’t get that one still honestly. If we are really going to accuse anything of tokenism it would be him, but at the same time it was also not the first time a transexual character has been in Dragon Age. It just happened to be the first one to be given a big role.

    I actually agree games should increase inclusiveness, but I will never agree it was shoehorned into Inquisition. It becomes tokenism when it’s made a big deal; it really is never made a big deal, at least on purpose, in the game outside of Krem, it seems.

  • Robert Grosso

    That actually happened.

    Dorian and Iron Bull start a romance.

  • Robert Grosso

    Yeah that is not confirmed.

    Also, Mass Effect 3 made good business, and it was not a flop by any means. $200 million in sales and over 4 million units sold is pretty decent, and for BioWare standards it’s in their normal range.

    Inquisition sold fast but we never got hard numbers in the end. Dragon Age as a series though has always been a lower-seller, 2-3 million units from my recollection for each game in the series. Maybe a little more.

    I think honestly, they are in the range they have to be. EA is probably happy with the sales since they touted it their fastest selling game. Plus the buffer from multiplayer purchases lessens that blow and allows BioWare to keep working unmolested.

    We just don’t know the full sales numbers for Inquisition, outside of an estimated 2.5-3 million sales by armchair economists like us.

  • Daniel Pina

    Josephine is a possible romantic interest but isn’t a companion.

    As for the rest, we’ll agree to disagree. That’s okay for me.

    I didn’t feel anything was shoehorned for Dragon Age 1 and 2. It felt shoehorned for Inquisition to the point of making me lose interest in the game (together with other factors like F2P-esque waiting times, too many fetch quests, weak narrative in general, etc.).

    If Inquisition’s social justice pandering didn’t put you off then I guess the series is now directed at you and not me. That’s okay too. Glad someone (other than reviewers) liked the game.

  • Daniel Pina

    Why feed the troll?

    The guy/girl has been insulting everyone and wishing them to die because for not liking the writing of some dude (apparently being gay should make him immune to criticism).

    There’s only one course of action for these people: flag those comments.

  • Zepherdog

    I know the numbers, I was just baiting Lili in order to see how much of a troll or genuine a poster she is.

  • Robert Grosso

    Don’t do that then, i’m compelled to put the truth down, the teacher in me demands it! 😛

  • GrimnerTheMad

    Surreal. Lily, you must be an MRA pretending to be an SJW because I’ve never seen such a vile, thoughtless series of comments before. If you really are a femtard, you should consider hiding your broken, hateful nature in the future.

  • GrimnerTheMad

    It’s the complete, violent venom that you have layed down in these comments. I love a good flame war as much as the next person, but to to call your coments “criticism” is an understatement. It undermines any sort of reasonable point you may be trying to make.

  • Chris Anderson

    Whatever it is they are doing, it’s a bit pointless.

  • SiliconNooB

    This is why 13 year old girls shouldn’t have internet access.

  • Robert Grosso

    Considering I do reviews for TechRaptor now, I should technically be lumped in that category.

    The rest is mostly subjective outside of the F2P esque waiting times which I am puzzled by what you mean there as well, but i’m not exactly sure what you are getting at when you say “directed at you and not me.”