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2-10-2009 @ 3:49PM
Ah, dishonor - when DK meant dishonorable kill. I remember helping friends burn through the grind to High Warlord back in the day - and when it was revealed that DK's were going to be removed, we spent an evening doing nothing but razing alliance towns to the ground, over and over and over, and chortling with glee as our honor went into the toilet.I don't miss that system at -all-.
2-10-2009 @ 4:30PM
DK's need to come back... At the very least for Flight Masters, and perhaps quest givers. I am sick of having to run to another town to get on a bat because some prick thinks corpse-camping the FM is funny.This game desperately needs more consequences for asinine behavior...
2-10-2009 @ 4:40PM
@Lur - We really weren't doing it to be dicks. We were doing it as sort of a last hurrah to an honor system that pretty much required the end to social lives and you know, walking in the sun, eating regularly, showering, if you wanted to get anywhere in it.I don't miss the old honor grind a damn bit, nor do I miss what it did to my friends.
2-11-2009 @ 12:29AM
The dishonor system wasn't all that. People who aspired to high PvP ranks got really paranoid about DKs. You want to know what really killed the old-fashioned Southshore/Tarren Mill impromptu battles? It was when it became so that all it took was for one noob to accidentally kill the mushroom vendor and bam, DKs for everyone, followed quickly by mass leave-groups.
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