No you. Two of my friends were addicted to Neverwinter Nights, not very healthy.
WoW on the other hand is a very healthy life choice. As long as you maintain a life outside of it.
Originally Posted by Lukepd
but they are all pretty addicting right :P
*Puts on nerd glasses*
I play on a server called "Higher Ground." You wouldn't believe the depth of it. Most games you can either win or get proficient enough that you've mastered it. I've been playing HG for years, and haven't even come close. The amount of time some of those people spend playing HG is astounding. And even though NWN is kind of an old game, they still keep changing HG around, and adding new stuff to explore.
WoW sucks. I gave it two months and then quit. It's pretty, but it's also pretty boring. It's a never-ending quest for gear upgrades and rare items. I like games where pure skill is more a factor in success. I like games where your actions have consequences on the MMO community you're interacting with. With WoW, I felt like everyone else was just another toon I had to quest with to get through an instance for new loot.
I played another MMO, Asheron's Call, off and on for about 5 years, mostly because of the community of people.
He's troubleshooting you. How interesting. He's probably fairly neutral towards you if he's even bothering. He might even find you fairly tolerable, for a bubbly Extrovert.
Oh hey, so I was thinking about this comment the other night, and I intended to comment on it sooner, but then I forgot. My point here is that MissMurder has a good point. If he really is an ISTP and he didn't like you, he would ignore you, and if forced to talk to you he would be polite. Being polite is far easier than being a pain in the ass. If he's bothering to troubleshoot, or to be an ass as you've mentioned before, he's probably doing it for fun. Seriously, be a dick to him back and he'll probably respect you more for it.
Disclaimer: don't do it too seriously. I mean, include that hint of sarcasm. It's all a game after all.
I have taken to just following him around the house and asking him how to do things. Or roping him into helping me plan stuff (he has already improved our zombiepocalypse survival plan a whole bunch!). I think he has come to like me due to my sheer persistence. He actually said he respected my ingenuity the other day!