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8-01-2009 @ 10:52AM
Some time ago, I remember when leveling my first character (a warlock I never got past 13) I remember running across this odd guy bouncing around and trying to get over the wall back into Northshire valley. Now for those who know (I have done this on a horde alt just to mess with people) this is entirely doable, if you know where to run up the hill. I watched this guy for a while before realizing that I recognized the name to another person I had just recently grouped with. So I sent him a whisper asking if it was him, but got no response. I did however suddenly find myself with a lvl 1 trying to duel me. So I declined. A few more moments of this and I just gave up, leaving him to his bouncing and what not.Well, not long after this, I get a whisper from the original guy who's on. After a short chat he explains that it's his son having a bit of fun with his OWN WoW account.The son it turned out...was FOUR.Having said that, I've had issues with kids in the past. One even led to the implosion of the guild I had formed. To make a long story short, this kid would regularly ask for help from other guild members, and then vanish. Logging out or finding someone else to help him. Problem was people had come from far around to assist, so they would get angry. He always passed it off with a terse "Sorry." It didn't take many of those sorries before the guild imploded, not wanting to deal with him. Sadly, I (the only person with GKick abilities) was away at the time due to an illness.
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