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8-04-2009 @ 8:30PM
"We were actually very surprised with how creative they were being in order to harass us on a PVE server. People would roll Death Knights and get them high enough to get them out of the starting area. They would then add us to their friends list to constantly see where we were. Once there, they would follow us on mounts and kill everything in the area, making sure we didn't get anything that we needed to kill. It has resulted in us only being able to do instances for experience with the assistance of higher-level toons running us. But we've reported them to the GMs and hopefully the matter will be taken care of."You know every time there is a wonderful moment of people helping people, acting mature, or generally remembering there are people behind the computer, there is a counter moment of utter immaturity.Playing WOW has really shown me the best and the worst of the internet. I mean here we literally see people trying to stop other people who are playing for a CHILDRENS charity.
8-04-2009 @ 8:50PM
That's truly disgusting. What's wrong with some people! At least on a PVP server some high levels could team up and teabag these asswipes. >:[
8-04-2009 @ 9:10PM
Anyone griefing someone while raising money for charity shouldhave their accounts banned permanently. Period. End of story.
8-04-2009 @ 10:48PM
YOU UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF THE DARK SIDE.
8-06-2009 @ 12:18PM
One thing I just thought of though:As despicable as the griefers may be...they are technically making it harder for these guys to level. In the end, this translates to more time for them to get donations. Since everytime they hit their dolar goal, they increase the new goal and play even further...in a roundabout way, the asshats trying to grief them are failing in their attempts at being evil. WIthout griefers, they might level fast enough for the charity to end prematurely. :DIt's an awkward win/win situation somehow. The griefers look like losers to anyone with a brain, but the children still win. :)
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