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1-23-2009 @ 8:17AM
Why not make a vicinity dismount!!! you get close enough to the stone, a mail-box or any other shared object that goobers think their mamoth should block just to be a pain.Or better yet, I'd love if you could do like e-bay and "rate" jerks. You could set auto-reject settings on "jerk" levels that would block annoying whispers, begging, you could even block their conversation totally ... it could say... "A jerk said something" instead.We could all forever as a large group make their lives miserable because they will be "labeled"!Of course, they'd have to have some way to get reputation back... but it would be arduous!
1-23-2009 @ 8:33AM
Yes!After being reported X time as jerk you get an achievement and the title "the Jerk":)
1-23-2009 @ 8:36AM
Oh, but you would be SOOOO proud having the title "The Jerk" when no one in the game can hear you speak, no one will take you in an instance, help you with a quest, do ports, trades or anything. That is definitely the title you want.
1-23-2009 @ 9:24AM
I could see problems with this.As in ..pay me X amount of gold have your rating always be ranked down to "Jerk".A network of folks attempting to extort gold out of you would be able to make sure the "Jerk" status stays that way unless you pay up.
1-23-2009 @ 9:28AM
I could see problems with this.As in ..pay me X amount of gold have or your rating always be ranked down to "Jerk".A network of folks attempting to extort gold out of you would be able to make sure the "Jerk" status stays that way unless you pay up.
1-23-2009 @ 12:28PM
Okay, it isn't perfect nor likely to get implemented, but surely there is a work around for it... But I totally agree with the sentiment that people would rarely if ever behave this way if you actually had to face the person you were acting like that toward... currently, there is no repercussion. That's the problem.
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