May. 27th, 2008 02:11 pm
stoopbeck: (Prentiss Oh No You Didn't)
Here's my situation: Danny and I are playing a pretty sweet game that lets you play as various Marvel heroes. It's cooperative play, and a lot of the challenges require you to rely completely on your teammate(s).

Danny and I just spent the last fifteen minutes yelling at each other. Mostly because his Ghost Rider set my Iron Man on fire, and killed him. Which, yeah, okay, fog of war, sometimes that stuff happens. You're not supposed to be able to do friendly fire, but apparently the dark elves can set themselves as allies so you can't hurt them, and when Ghost Rider sets the dark elves on fire, the fire spreads to all their allies, which, in this case, included Iron Man. So Iron Man died, Danny and I had words, we moved on. Two minutes later, I'm Wolverine, and Danny sets me on fire, and the only reason Wolverine didn't die is because he has a healing factor, and I'm like, "YOU SET ME ON FIRE," and Danny responds with "NO WAY YOU SET YOURSELF ON FIRE" and I'm like, "WHO HERE HAS A CHARACTER WHO SETS PEOPLE ON FIRE? THAT'S RIGHT, YOU DO" and he says, "ARE YOU CALLING ME A LIAR" and yeah.

So, am I just completely overreacting? I mean, all he has to do is not use that particular power around dark elves, and he can stop setting his teammates on fire. But he figures that a) he never set anyone on fire, not really, nope, and b) that if he did maybe possibly kind of set me on fire, it's my fault for standing too close to the dark elf, which, HELLO, WE WERE FIGHTING IN CLOSE QUARTERS.

Thoughts? Solutions? Anyone want a little brother? I'm prepared to ship him.


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