So yeah, Elves made out of plants is a terrible description of the Sylvari.
Don't like Star Trek, but yeah, they've gone through a lot.Star Trek has a copyright on every single race possible.
Like lack of resources for an education (three continents worth of people) or only having learned a language which is too dissimilar as a youngster (Indian and Chinese come to mind).unless you have some disability that prevents you from learning it.
But apart from those all people.
Screws and glue are both tools to attach surfaces. Neither is more useful than the other. Both are essential. Being material goods both are easy to acquire. Being mental knowledge makes languages much harder to acquire. Especially to the point where you can comprehend shorthand jargon (as will be used in GW2) and a storyline rife with invented words (as will be used in GW2). That's why you want to have localization.What I do know is that people are lazy as **** and, as you say, can't arse themselves into learning the world's most used (and most useful) language.
I pretend to be worthy of owning games because I'm a human being who falls under a certain set of laws and atm, there's no country which disallows individual ownership (and if there is, I'd argue for the ownership as a natural concept). This goes for computers and games just the same as owning screws and glues.They don't realize that before pretending to be worthy of playing games or even owning a computer, they should have the basic decency to learn something other than their babble of their local province?