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2-18-2009 @ 2:47PM
You know what I can't stand?Some low level obnoxious player who is asking me for help on something (or usually whining for a handout) and they belong to a guild.Don't join a guild and ask total strangers for advice. If there is no one helpful in your guild, then you shouldn't be in that guild. Simple enough. It's almost as annoying as getting a guild invitation/guild charter signing request when you're in the middle of shopping in the auction house.
2-19-2009 @ 4:08AM
Get yourself EasyDND. You can set it up to auto intercept certain events. These are party invites, trade invites, duel invites, guild invites and guild signings. It auto whispers the person who tried (I had to modify the files to change this message) and can be set to work under certain events (in AH, BG, Instances). I have it set to auto ignore all ninja invites and to flag DND while I am in BGs and Instances. Great little tool if you are tired of people pestering you.One fault I have found with it. I have it set to auto ignore trades unless they are on my friends list. This prevents me from trading with someone else unless I deactivate it first (easy to do in the options). It does mean that I have tried to give someone something and they have received the whisper "You're trade request has been automatically declines because you are rude and need to learn manners." A quick apology immediately follows.
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