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2-01-2011 @ 10:30PM
How to cultivate successful PvP attitudes?Imagine that you're 11 and someone just insulted you'e favorite pro wrestler.
2-01-2011 @ 10:39PM
I think you have that confused with *typical* PVP attitudes.
2-01-2011 @ 10:41PM
A valid point.As a non-PvPer.. 95% of my interaction with PvP players are the cowards and douchebags who attack people fishing or doing something else.
2-02-2011 @ 5:02AM
Those aren't PVP players, those are douchebags.
2-02-2011 @ 2:57PM
Red is dead, regardless of what the other player is doing.Do unto others before they do unto you.I was ganked, therefore I gank.If you don't want to PVP, don't leave your capital city.PVP happened.All of these (and more) are likely responses to someone who gets ganked while working on a daily or fishing or whatever. If you're flagged, you are taking the chance that someone is going to come along and interrupt you. It goes with playing on a PVP server (or being PVP-flagged on a non-PVP server). Sure, it sucks, but Blizzard has added ways to ensure it won't ever happen again (IE: Server transfers, don't do dailies that require you to PVP flag, etc).Unless it was a rogue. Then, yeah, douchebag.
2-02-2011 @ 8:41PM
Server transfers, not partaking in aspects of the game, etc are NOT solutions. If Blizzard wanted to enact a solution (which I beleive that they do not because they are gankers at heart), it would be to make ganking/griefing have consequenses.As far as the 'postive attitude' idea, I would bet that the football team's attitude would become quite a bit more pessimistic if they had to play a top ranked college team. This is exactly what happens in PvP, so called professionals (read: epeen strokers) who make themselves feel good by bullying weaker people.
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