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9-16-2009 @ 3:10PM
I think this falls under greatly terrible. I had only been playing the game for about about six months when I was in the middle of the undercity when I get a whisper from someone who needed me to summon him to the undercity where I was, because he deleted his hearthstone and wanted to set it there. (No need to go into how stupid that was already)When I explained to him that Warlocks can't just simply summon people, and that I needed two more people, his response was "Well let me know when you find some, I'll checking on you til you do." Wait just a minute here? I'm doing some guy I don't even know a favor and he's treating me like I'm his slave to do his bidding? So I asked my guildmaster if this was a common way of doing business (since I hadn't had a request for summon before) his response was firmly negative, however since this other fool wouldn't leave me alone (found em yet? keep looking, it's not like there nobody there who can help you) it was my guildmasters idea to put a "don't get mad, get even" plan into motion, and I boarded the first Zepplin to the south. 15 mintues later listening to his screaming (and not checking I wasn't even in UC anymore) I pulled him into our party and summoned him to our location. The snot nose 18 faded into view and yelled "This isn't UC!" I replied "We know, this is the Dark Portal" and then kicked him out of the party, set him to ignore, and the three of us hearthed out.
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