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11-12-2007 @ 8:48PM
I once ran a very successful level 19 twink guild. I had a lot of "childish" members who acted the way many of you have described, but I would always put a stop to that. Every sunday, we would have designated fishers, and everyone else in the guild would play bodyguard. Mainly, thier job was to clear the mobs, and scare away any horde. As a rule, I tried to convince them not to gank any hordies, because that would bring a lot of negative attention to us. This method went on for a few weeks, until one sunday, a group of horde twinks showed up where we fished. We shared the area (ZG island and the opposite coastline near Nessingwary). I told my guildies to just leave them in peace, only fish from their holes if they fish from ours.All was peaceful for about 30 minutes when suddenly 12 horde came and spawn camped us for the remaining hour. From that day on, I made sure we were as bloodthirsty and horrible as the horde. You CAN play it polite, do the right thing. You CAN care about other peoples enjoyment of the game. You CAN offer someone a fair oppurtunity at a contest, but if you do all that, you'll get stepped on and rolled over because of it.P.S I contacted the horde twinks who we left alone (trial account FTW) and he apparently had nothing to do with the campers. They jsut came from ZG and thought it would be fun to waste the next few hours of thier life killing people who cant fight back. So it didnt even have anything to do with winning the fishing contest. (Especially since the ZG island is slow with respawned fish pools, making it a good place to fish if you are jsut after the twink items, not winning).
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