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9-02-2009 @ 4:15PM
I don't doubt him, after all he had done it once before. But why does he have over 3,000 killing blows on his Armory profile? Can you get credit for someone's killing blow in some way?
9-02-2009 @ 4:20PM
It's possible that's a glitch. My druid's statistics have me getting a few thousand kills and deaths in arenas, which is odd, because she's never set foot in an arena. Actually, none of my toons have done so much as a skirmish match. The Armory statistics can be pretty wonky at times.
9-02-2009 @ 4:25PM
Yep, don't trust statistics. I have a number of deaths in Arenas recorded, when I have in fact only ever been on one team and never played a single game.
9-02-2009 @ 4:38PM
LOL If you don't believe the numbers look at his PvP rep.What a farce.
9-02-2009 @ 5:05PM
"If you don't believe the numbers look at his PvP rep."Read the blog and the other articles about him here. It's no secret that he does BGs a lot, but he claims to not kill people there and only engage in flag carrying or whatever. Go inside a BG and you will get rep, even if you're alt-tabbed watching porn.
9-02-2009 @ 5:30PM
"Read the blog and the other articles about him here. It's no secret that he does BGs a lot, but he claims to not kill people there and only engage in flag carrying or whatever. Go inside a BG and you will get rep, even if you're alt-tabbed watching porn."Cause you can clearly have 49 honorable kills in 2v2's without "killing" anybody or "assisting in kills."Guy's a farce.Critters killed: 4248Pacifist. Right...
9-02-2009 @ 6:43PM
I read the interviews with Noor and one of the ways he gets XP is from the PvP daily...although he doesn't kill anyone...he'd just run the flag in wsg and stuff like that. So...even though he's a pacifist his char is exposed to bit of PvP. I'd say the game just incorrectly gave him credit for some killing blows that he didn't deal.
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