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2-18-2009 @ 1:25PM
"Don't /whisper anyone who's in an instance"You can say that again. One evening both I and another warlock I was in the same instance with got multiple tells from someone asking for suggestions about ideal lock specs for leveling. Not a good time, dude!
2-19-2009 @ 3:47AM
Euch. I got whispered by someone asking if I wanted to go on a raid while I was helping a friend through one of the Coilfang Reservoir instances. I got a whisper of something like "Want to go to MC". I immediately responded with "Excuse me, can't you see where I am right now." I get very annoyed with ninja whispers especially if they are not polite. I immediately got bombarded with very offensive language.I proceeded to report them to a GM and their guild. I didn't put them on ignore though (even though they ignored me after their rant). I don't like to use the ignore list unless someone is really pestering me. Instead I made a note about them with NotesUNeed. Now I can create a history of people who annoy me or help me without having to rely on friends or ignore list.I also appreciate politeness, correct language and civility when people deal with me. A ninja whisper for gold or boosts will not get a nice response from me. In fact I have gone so far as also using EasyDND and modifying the default message to say that"your *whatever* has been automaically declined because you are rude and need to learn manners." Maybe people will soon learn how to act.
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