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1-27-2006 @ 5:24PM
Yeah, I got the "nice pot" once, early on. Now, I won't use em, but I'm not sure if that makes sense. I think the rules are often made up by the loser.I was fighting a priest, I'm a warrior, and he used healing, so I figured, whatever, and I used a pot. I'm an alchemist for crying out loud. What else am I gonna do?Here's my thought: You click "duel", you deal with the consequences. The number of levels is only part of the equation. The level 10 might be the alt of a multiple level 60, who's dueled 1,000 times already today. He or she may have pots, scrolls, healing spells, whatever. If you challenge. You deal. If you accept, you deal as well. There's rules only if they're put down first, and Jennie Lee points out the problem with that. In fact, I'm gonna go out on a limb here: YOU CHALLENGE, YOU DON'T CHALLENGE THE RESULTS. YOU ACCEPT, YOU ACCEPT THE RESULTS. If you don't want to lose sometimes, don't play. Don't whine about it, because the fact is, you signed up for it.And for the record. I'm on a PVE server for my main and a PVP on my alt. My main decides whether he feels like dueling and goes from there. My Alt ALWAYS accepts a duel, and win or lose, says, "thank you. nice duel" no matter the consequences. You're not dueling the toon. You're dueling the player. And who fraggin knows who that is...
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