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4-02-2008 @ 9:05PM
If you are on a pvp server of any kind you better expect to be ganked, it is part of the game; like it or not. Do i like being ganked, not really, do i mind, not really, do i like ganking others, it can be amusing. Imho if you are marked for pvp then you are fair game. When completely bored of farming, grinding, dailies and such, I have enjoyed on several occasions going into a lowbie horde town and just killing every moving thing on both my rogue and hunter. I find it amusing. Im sure the ones getting ganked dont but after 20 or so kills 5-6 70's usually pop up and then its time to go bit not after i at least try and kill a few of them or start sapping them all over the place and pissing them off. Sometime it just a good way to get a good ole brawl going. Now camping is whole different story. That sucks but i have been on both sides, but i will only camp, if 1) you killed my alt more than once in a 10 min time frame. 2) if someone spits on me which i think is the rudest of all things or if you we have been fighting next to me for awhile and then when some friends come you decide its time to kill me, yes then i will kill the coward you are simply becuase you had to wait for friends to kill me and not at least try and kill me on your own. ganking/pvp, it part of the game, love it or hate it doesnt matter. Just deal with it.
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