An acronym for "Internet Gaming Entertainment," a company notorious for selling gaming currency and items to MMORPG players that are willing to spend their real money for it.
The people that actually earn this money in-game are generally in some form of debt or poverty (but oddly enough, they can afford to buy the computer or console on which the game is played). They almost never speak to the other players and are almost always seen in large crowds trying to take advantage of something that gives a lot of in-game money. They detract from the fun and experience of the game and bring us to the harsh reality that a wonderful game, no matter how wonderful, is just a collection of 0s and 1s designed to entertain the human race and nothing more.
Needless to say, big-name companies like Square Enix need to put these people out of business already. It's becoming rediculous seeing gilsellers swarming great games left and right trying to feed their starving families by taking advantage of the laziness and stupidity of other people.
Those gilsellers on Final Fantasy XI never say a word and you can always find them all huddled around a single body of water while trying to fish out of it.
An abbreviation for the real English word "party" that is commonly used in massively-multiplayer online role-playing games such as Final Fantasy XI
in which forming a party is an almost essential task to powering up a character. This reality, of course, causes the majority of the population to halfass the word into a simple abbreviation because he/she/it is too lazy to type out three extra letters.
JP PT NOW OK! ^^;
lolz i got teh awflezt PT lst nite tey got teh BST 2 pull 4 us it sux