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10-31-2009 @ 8:41AM
Blacksabre's comment above made me think of something. Perhaps there could be a "Report a Ninja" system built into the LFG system? Here's how I see it working:At any point after major treasure is rolled on, everyone in the group has the option to report another player for being a ninja. When someone requests to report another player, all other players in the group are asked if they wish to report that player for their behavior. If the majority of the group agrees, that person is reported, maybe receives a debuff or something that would notify others of what they did. If the majority doesn't agree, it doesn't happen.It's far from perfect, I know, but it's the best thing I thought of at 6:40 AM. *grin*
11-02-2009 @ 10:11AM
That might or might not work, but it's definitely better than the 'report lag' thing they actually are adding, everyone will spam that and Blizzard won't be able to do anything about the lag. That one will be as bad as the windows 'report error' messages (which don't actually report the error to anybody they just send you to a useless help website)
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