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6-18-2009 @ 3:52PM
/agreeI love the fact that I can be attacked at any time, anywhere (almost). I don't see the point of getting a kill with no honor though. And the stupid gankers who give us PvP-ers a bad name do that all the time. I love when I can make their waste of time better for me though. I had an experience in Coldarra in the Shield when I first went there where I was camped by an 80 waiting for his Heroic group. He must have killed me a dozen times inside the shield. The Mages killed him every single time. I delighted in that I had zero repair bill (PvP kills do not degrade durability) but he probably had a hefty one before he could even run his heroic.I play on Dunemaul (Horde). I know there are idiots on both sides (I've encountered enough of them) but I always scratch my head when I see on WorldDefense "Splintertree Post is under attack" for half an hour. Nobody even GOES there. Who are you ganking? Sometimes it will be Freewind Post, or some other lowbie town. What is the point? Do we (Horde) on DM do that too? I obviously wouldn't be able to see that on WD.Anyway, PvP servers necessitate alts. Sometimes you get someone who just won't leave you alone, for no reason at all. Then you go play something else. And make sure you add them to your KoS list so you can take them out next time you happen by on your main. ;)
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