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4-18-2011 @ 1:22PM
If it's really getting to the point of harrassment, you can always try reporting the players. Abuse and harrasment against a group of people is just as much a ToS violation as harrassing a single player. We had a similar incident on my server, where one disgruntled player spent seemingly every waking hour warning people off a certain guild, and more specifically a certain guild leader. His major line was that the leader was a ninja. Now, I'd been in this guy's guild; I'd raided with him, and ultimately I quit after he went on kind of a power trip, he wasn't the best guild leader in the world, but he certainly wasn't a ninja. (In fact, I'd pugged an OS raid with his guild in the early days of 3.0; guild rules said if there were puggers, loot was open roll, and I won the roll for Illustration of the Dragon Soul: probably the most sough after caster trinket at the time. I can only imagine the amount of flak he must have taken from guildies for looting it to me...)I started off just refuting and mocking the guy whenever I'd see him in trade chat, but eventually, I just gave up and started reporting him. Not soon after, the comments stopped.
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