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7-21-2009 @ 8:14PM
Is there any hint that anytime in the future Blizzard will implement a harsher sentence than no honor points on high level players ganking much lower ones? Maybe something that would show that person up as entirely lacking in honor... Maybe getting teleported back to their heath location and not being able to join any battlegrounds (or even flag themselves for PvP, except in enemy controlled areas in PvP servers) for an hour, or maybe something along the lines of the chicken effect as seen in Warhammer Online? Thats a game built mainly for PvP and they've seen fit to implement "chickening" on would-be gankers. It makes the PvP part of the game more fun and interesting as you only face those you realistically stand a chance against.While you can argue that people can just role on non-PvP servers, in my opinion that takes away a realistic aspect of the game, yet gankers ruin the spirit of the game because they only do it because they had it done to them (poor me syndrome) and to waste the time of other players. Special "honorable PvP" realms could be set asside for this purpose maybe.
7-21-2009 @ 8:23PM
"While you can argue that people can just role on non-PvP servers, in my opinion that takes away a realistic aspect of the game,"But surely making it undesirable for a high level horde to kill a low level alliance would be taking away a realistic aspect of the game? They are enemies, so they kill each other regardless of level. It's frustrating, but that said these days until Northrend you're lucky to run into literally anyone in your zone anyway, be it horde or alliance.
7-21-2009 @ 8:57PM
I think you should LOSE honor points for that. Of course the QQ from the 12 year old Billy Badasses would never cease if that were the case.
7-21-2009 @ 10:25PM
Umm, here's a hint: people don't gank lowbies for the honor points (you get no honor from people more than 10 levels lower than you).
7-22-2009 @ 2:03PM
@JowsUmm..here's another hint - Learn to read. It was clearly stated "other than giving them no honor". Seriously people.
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