Going The Distance: Father Hires In-Game Asssassins To Constantly Kill Son's Character, Discourage His Gaming

January 7, 2013


A Chinese father hired a group of in-game assassins to constantly target and kill his 23-year old son's character in his favorite role playing game in an attempt to discourage his gaming habits and convince him to get a job. Good luck with that. I'm pretty sure dying all day in a video game is still better than having to work.

Unhappy with his son not finding a job, Feng decided to hire players in his son's favorite online games to hunt down Xiao Feng. It is unknown where or how Feng found the in-game assassins--every one of the players he hired were stronger and higher leveled than Xiao Feng. Feng's idea was that his son would get bored of playing games if he was killed every time he logged on, and that he would start putting more effort into getting a job.

Despite being sick of getting killed every time, Xiao Feng decided to stick up to his father and tell him how he felt. He was quoted as saying, "I can play or I can not play, it doesn't bother me. I'm not looking for any job--I want to take some time to find one that suits me."

Ahahahaha @ 'I can play or I can not play, it doesn't bother me.' Suuuuure it doesn't. Then you won't mind if I just take computer away then, will you? "Touch that and die." But I thought you didn't have to play! "I don't, I need it for job hunting." LIKELY STORY BROBRO.

Thanks to Dank and fat piggie, who agree the best way to discourage your son's gaming habits is breaking his computer over your knee while staring him in the eyes and yelling, "I'M DOING THIS BECAUSE I LOVE YOU."

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