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5-12-2008 @ 2:32PM
on my prot pally I had a demon in Blade's edge to about 60% for the banishing demons daily - a rogue (of my faction no less) comes up and proceeds to 1) tear into the mod (i thought, oh nice he's helping..but no...) and 2) drag it to his portal. He not only gets loot from the mob, but also gets credit for the banishing and I lose out on both.I decided to hang up my pally on that day and level my warlock. Never been so furious at a person before in my life. So, yeah, kill stealing is possible - blizzard makes it really difficult, but you can do it
5-12-2008 @ 2:55PM
Ah, the other thing that people used to do in Blade's Edge would be (while you are trying to get demons) fly around and get all sorts of flak, then land next to you briefly, then take off again. Result is a whole ton of flack coming down and killing you. Real nice people. Only had that happen once though (and they sped away before I could figure out their name and report for griefing). This was on a non-PVP server.Additionally, whats with all the people in the Isle of QS flagged for PVP, and sitting around near the quest givers? I see it every day, sometimes more than one. If I wanted to PVP i would go to a PVP server. I'd rather just have the flag disabled until you go into a BG, saves everyone trouble.
5-12-2008 @ 3:15PM
If you try to right click the quest giver and accidentally right click the PvP-enabled person, you get PvP-flagged and insta-killed by the guards.
5-12-2008 @ 5:30PM
Ah thanks. What kind of idiot would get his kicks this way anyway? Its just like skettis used to be, just like blade's edge. I'm so happy those zones are deserted now.
5-12-2008 @ 6:15PM
The same idiots that find it fun to corpse camp... I play PvP for the PvP, but some people need to be slapped.
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