You may or may not be one of the people unhappy with Final Fantasy XIV
in its current state. Certainly the game has both drawn its fair share of ire and praise, and it's hard to picture a launch with more strongly divided opinions. But even if you hate everything the game turned out to be, you have to admit that you can't make quite the spectacle that one unnamed Japanese player did
-- a rage-fueled quit that involved selling off $26 million worth of Square-Enix
stock as a parting gesture.
Square-Enix experienced a definite dip in stock value on the 7th, dropping from 1800 yen a share to 1735 a share before recovering later in the day. According to Japanese sources, this was preceded by a rather angry dispatch from a shareholder explaining that he was so disgusted by Final Fantasy XIV
he no longer wanted any of the stock. While there is some debate as to the chain of events and their veracity, it would certainly make this event
the ultimate response to the question of "can I have your stuff?"
[Thanks to Stormwaltz for the tip!]