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4-18-2011 @ 3:03PM
Hmm, thank you. I don't have screenshots and I've since spread the ignore to all his alts, so I no longer see what he's actually doing or saying. But given the history of this (and the "mental problems" aren't a joke; he admitted that he's been diagnosed and that he won't take his meds) yeah... problem.I was raiding BWD last Monday as I do twice a week now, and while I was running back in as a ghost after a wipe, who did I see a "soandso won a duel with ..." message? Yep. That Guy.It really disturbed me that he was there. He doesn't raid to my knowledge, and if you've ever been to the BWD entry balcony, you know that people pretty much only go there to summon their party and/or enter the raid. So I have to wonder if he's using /who to stalk me, although I don't know what he planned on doing if he caught me outside. (And if he had, I would have just darted into the raid).So every time I ran back after a wipe that night (I think there were two more), I took crazy swerving paths that he wouldn't be able to guess... even though I don't think the living can see ghosts at all if they aren't in your party/raid. Call it paranoia if you must...(Accidentally posted this in the overall thread below. Ack! But now that I also see Lyn's comment, I'm definitely going to write up a ticket. I can't prove that the latter is actual stalking, but given his pattern, I don't have much reason to doubt it.)
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