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4-21-2011 @ 2:06PM
that is FANTASTIC. I play exclusively Horde and if that happened to me I'd applaud, wholeheartedly. Well played, Sir.
4-21-2011 @ 2:43PM
PvP?Where?All I see is Druid vs AFK Player...
4-21-2011 @ 2:54PM
I'm going to have to agree with Netherscourge.The idea is really cool, the whole approach is very clever, and I got a lot of fun out of watching him knock people out of the sky.That being said, he's still ganking people, because even someone who is paying full attention can't possibly do anything to save themselves or fight back. I understand ganking is a part of a PvP server, but what these guys do isn't exactly engaging in a fair fight.
4-21-2011 @ 3:51PM
"The lady doth protest too much, methinks."This isn't ganking, it's providing a service to those that have been ganked. I'd love to see this concept take hold and permeate all realms. I would bet that there's be less ganking in general if all the epeen strokers knew there'd be consequenses for their less-than-honorable behavior.
4-21-2011 @ 5:54PM
N-Train...They can wear a 'chute and fight back. Or simply not be a jerk and get a bounty on them?
4-21-2011 @ 11:16PM
I may have found my new PvP hero.
4-22-2011 @ 6:27AM
Now this is Ganking I like, it has a purpose. A lot of people just take "World PvP" as an excuse to simply prey on afk and especially levelling players.In this case, every target has done something gank-worthy at least in the perception of the client.Like vinniedcleaner said, if this had a larger scale, this could lead to less "ganking", but, I think, increase concerted world PvP actions, the type that according to players happened more often in Vanilla.
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