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2-18-2010 @ 7:15PM
I will never for the life of me understand the people who request that I dual with them while I am playing my low-level priest alt. I usually say "Seriously?" before clicking "No." I mean, seriously, what do you get out of dualing a lowbie? What could possibly make that worth it?
2-18-2010 @ 8:09PM
I get the same thing on my 16 'lock, and it's even more irritating than when they do it to my 80 Rogue. Since Blizzard hasn't been thoughtful enough to give me an "auto-decline duels" option in the interface(even though I've got one to auto decline trades...), I do the next best thing when someone randomly duels me.I ignore it. No, not put them on my ignore list(my 50 spots on that list are too few and precious for random dungeons to be wasted on such petty things), I just don't click on anything and continue about my business like nothing happened. They can only challenge one person at a time, can't spam me with challenges without rescinding the open one, and are forced to sit around waiting till either the timer expires, they get the hint, or I move out of range.Fair repayment for trying to waste my time with this worthless BS when I'm out trying to get stuff done.
2-18-2010 @ 8:53PM
@Sehvekah: My "don't turn this off EVER" addon is "Decline Duel" and "MicroDeclineDuel" at Curse. *kisses fingers* It drives the dumbasses crazy when they try to spam duel and it automatically shuts them out. With DeclineDuel you can change the message so they end up spamming themselves.http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/microdeclineduel/download/399103.aspx
2-18-2010 @ 10:53PM
There is an add-on that is considered "out-of-date" but it still works very nicely which I have enabled if I want to run undisturbed:"LeaveMeAlone"(this link is the direct download link from the Curse development site)http://static.curseforge.net/content/files/302/259/LeaveMeAlone-1.0.zipHere's their write-up on what it is capable of doing: * Option to block incoming Duels. o Togglable option to block incoming Duels. o Togglable option to show message about incoming Duels. o Customizable message to be sent "/w" to the offending player. o Specify groups that are allowed to ask for Duels: party, guild, friends. * Option to block incoming Party Invites. o Togglable option to block incoming Party Invites. o Togglable option to show message about incoming Party Invites. o Customizable message to be sent "/w" to the offending player. o Specify groups that are allowed to ask for Invites: guild, friends. * Option to block incoming Guild Invites. o Togglable option to block incoming Guild Invites. o Togglable option to show message about incoming Guild Invites. o Customizable message to be sent "/w" to the offending player. o Specify groups that are allowed to ask for Guild Invites: party, friends. o Block Guild Charter Signature Requests simultaneously with Guild Invites * Log that shows who was blocked/allowed, clears on logout. * Track offending players and auto-ignore after user-specified number of offenses. * Integration with FuBar - show list of Players blocked this session. * Auto-Accept Party/Duel Invites from Friends/Guildmates * Option to block all Trades
2-19-2010 @ 12:37AM
If you don't click anything, they can get out of it with a /forfeit. This will also end any duel mid-duel, with whoever did the /forfeit losing.
2-19-2010 @ 1:36AM
@VioletArrows & TokkarTHANK YOU! Those are some sweet addons. I also found a few others and will play around with some copypasta to brew up my own personalized solution to this.Have some awesome, you've earned it!http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/jj44/JQB5150/awesome.jpg
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