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3-08-2007 @ 2:10PM
Why do these people feel the need to beg for money or instance runs? That's what I want to know. Like others have said, they don't NEED anything.However, I will include some of my favorite methods of dealing with beggers. As a mage, I've got quite a few. I don't mind making water for my guildies, especially for our honor grinds and bg grinds. I usually log in and spend the first 15 minutes making 200 water and 200 food, only for it to dissappear the first time we que up (we're short on mages).Beg 1) "Hi can you port me to blahblahblah"Response: Create a portal to the city he did not want to go to, or even better, the city he's in right now. You'd be suprised how often people click it without reading their tooltip.Beg 2) This only works when you're warlock buddy gets the "Can you summon so and so?"Response: Have your warlock buddy get them to invite you to help summon. Cast a portal right on top of where the warlock summoning portal would be. Warlock cancel's spell right before it would appear. This is a good way to portal 2-3 beggars at once!Beg 3) Can I have some food/water?Response: Give them rank 1 food/water.While these are all really simple and kind of mean, people do deserve it. I wish I could access my photobucket from work and post some of the screenshots I've taken of arguments with people over my decision not to give them water. My favorite so far is"Well you obviously don't know how to play a mage"Really? So "knowing how to play a mage" is being a vendor?
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