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2-16-2008 @ 9:05PM
I usually just go to whichever inn's closest to me at the time. I don't have a flying mount and I've only been to shat on my main, so I just take convenience. But if I'm in a largely populated city, I'll try to find the most remote place in the inn [IE Stormwind by the bank... I'll go to the upper rooms] for the sake of lessening lag during load times, but honestly I don't see much of a difference.It's usually like 3am when I log anyway, so I'd rather just get off quickly. But I still like to maximize my rest time.You can get attacked while logged off? I don't see how that's possible. Unless you mean WHILE logging off, which is pretty easy just about anywhere, provided you're not standing in a camp full of mobs. o_o
2-16-2008 @ 9:19PM
You can get attacked when you log back in. And as your character appears in the game world before the loading screen disappears, there are a few seconds where your character is being attacked and you can't control it.
2-16-2008 @ 11:32PM
Ah, that makes more sense. But still, not hard to avoid.
2-17-2008 @ 2:47AM
You can't get attacked when you log off but sometimes logging off takes more than 20 seconds to "officially" happen. I think the same applies to the "Exit Now" option for Exit Game. You are out of the game but your character is still there for a little bit longer. I've logged back in dead before while logging out not being attacked. It's quite confusing/frustrating but also very rare.
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