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12-04-2008 @ 6:56PM
If I'm following a trail of skinnable corpses that clearly lead to a player, I usually just assume he isn't a skinner. If I have no clues to tell me one way or the other, I'll ask "Do you mind if I skin these?" rather than make assumptions.Well, one time I (a level 70 rogue in tier 5 at the time) asked, the (level 65) warlock goes "Yes! Goddamn poachers!" and then proceeded to leave loot on all his kills, in what I can only imagine was an attempt to spite me. This had several effects; he missed out on the loot, I was forced to kill my own Clefthoof Bulls (making it harder for him to complete his quest), and the unlooted Clefthoof took longer to de and respawn (making it even harder for him to complete his quest).Remember people, someone skinning your kills costs you nothing unless you were planning on skinning yourself. Being spiteful about it, however, just makes everyone unhappy, especially you.
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