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3-25-2009 @ 3:30AM
So tempted to roll an alt on Scilla and send that idiot a few whispers about the mount he ninjaed. Would be great if he never got any peace for the next few months.
3-25-2009 @ 5:58AM
I'd respectfully suggest you don't; even though it may be tempting to do so you might run afoul of Blizzard's anti-harassment policies and end up with a demerit or worse on your account.Ninjaing, mounts or otherwise, is not against the rules of the game. It's rude, but not illegal. Stalking other players on the other hand, that IS illegal. :)
3-25-2009 @ 5:59AM
Yeah... amazing how the priorities work huh?
3-25-2009 @ 7:08AM
Thanks for the support. I was the guy that "won" the roll and had the mount stolen from me. While nothing can be done about the mount, the only thing I can do is warn others or these rude people.It's sad that there are people like that in the world, it really is.
3-25-2009 @ 3:05PM
We recently had a blatant and known ninja like that on Ravencrest named Popaflirt with Tomorrow's Legends. They finally bought a clue a gkicked him but he was picked up by Angels of Mercy shortly thereafter.His 'defense'? None. We should all just get over it. It is, after all, "just a game" and it was "just a mount". Nevermind that it wasn't his and like so much of his other gear that he was carried through raids to get was undeserved.At least he's carrying an appropriate weapon. His main hand is Greed.
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