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4-17-2008 @ 2:48PM
I don't think it really matters, people will always complain. I was defending Halaa one night on my ret paly (before the daily, and its a PvE server) and there were 3 of us, and one hunter.We were guarding the south Wyvern post, and we killed him. He got up and got put down real quick, over and over again. After.... maybe the 8th time, he didn't get up. A minute later, I get a whisper from a lvl 1 toon named Ihateyouass telling me that I was a jerk and that he already had a ticket open with a complaint against me. I informed him, that as an opposing faction, trying to take over a contested area that I was defending, I have done nothing wrong by killing him. He called me a griefer, and I told him, that he could have ended it all by waiting 5 minutes after he last died to wait for his PvP flag to drop and stop attacking our city, and we could have done nothing to him at that point, and it was his actions that got him killed, not us. He swore some more then ignored me. I never got contacted by a GM.TL;DRNo matter how many times you say it, or how obvious it is, there will always be the people who just don't get it.
4-18-2008 @ 1:19AM
You could have reported him for that, I mean, if you wanted to waste the time to do so. Cross faction communication is against TOS. He would have got warned is all. But the proof would all be right there for a GM to look thru.I've had GMs post whole chat logs to me, lol.
4-18-2008 @ 2:18AM
Cross Faction communication is against the TOS, but I'm pretty sure that consists of addons or other such means to communicate when with the opposite faction. I don't think they meant that making a character to harass you with falls under that too. Now it does fall under harassment, and in his case, Inappropriate character name, but I don't think he was breaking any rules doing something blizzard lets you do; make a opposite faction character and talk to people.
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