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2-14-2006 @ 9:28AM
one of my least favorite things that can happen in BG is one, maybe two players, who are really doing well in-game, get frustrated that other players aren't able to do as well as they are. so this PC/PCs, starts to bitch and moan about everyone being noobs (although it's highly probable that everyone playing at the moment has level 60 alts). after some time yelling, the frustrated player curses, then simply up and leaves - instead of stepping up to take charge and show a little direction to others who aren't measuring up to their standards. instead of trying to regroup and get a battle plan together - they're out. my worst experience so far in BG happened this weekend. a particular horde PC on draka realm (we'll call him "killadawg" for the hell of it) captured the flag, got it all the way back to home base - and refused to plant the flag. he just ran around our base until the entire alliance team showed up to slaughter him. my first thought was that killadawg was an alliance plant...but he'd already captured the flag once before. i dunno what the deal was - but that's the most pissed an in-game action had ever made me. our raid leader booted him and KD logged out of the battle shortly thereafter.
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