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4-02-2009 @ 4:19PM
Personally, I leave players of the opposite faction alone when they're fishing in a major town. Mainly because there is no real personal honor in killing someone who only has a fishing pole for a weapon.
4-02-2009 @ 4:27PM
4-02-2009 @ 4:36PM
Seconded.I agree with the stance on fishing. I leave them alone because there isn't any point to doing it other than inconveniencing some other human being.The minute they leave the fishing area, though... pfft.
4-02-2009 @ 4:46PM
"Mainly because there is no real personal honor in killing someone who only has a fishing pole for a weapon."You think they bank their real weapons when they decide to fish in the enemy capitals? He has other things for weapons, that he can quickly change to in combat. All that fancy armor they have on ain't just for looking pretty(usually), they can smah face if push comes to shove. Indeed, when one goes to fish in an enemy capital, they fully expect to be attacked a few times. I figure they fish with a finger on their weapon to equip it at a moment's notice. They're not that harmless.
4-02-2009 @ 4:50PM
Yeah, you're right. A dozen of us on one is fair. Let the blood run free!
4-02-2009 @ 4:53PM
Agreed, I haven't completed the fishing quests at the enemy, but I decided I would not even fight back if ganked.If I fight and win, they will just come back "with friends". If I fight and lose, I will probably get camped.Id I do not fight at all - what fun would that be for them - so goes my theory :).
4-02-2009 @ 8:00PM
Sometimes I go to enemy cities to fish when I get bored. I usually get left alone. Sometimes I make friends with fellow fishermen of the opposite faction.I don't think I look too threatening, considering once I get to my fishing spot I usually put on a fishing outfit.
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