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7-20-2011 @ 6:56PM
'You yourself have said Step 1 is to 'finish your own dailies', which shows you understand why people are there.'Exactly. There's a weird crack in the article's logic as the author tries to breeze through his dailies before exercising a range of (admittedly very clever and well thought out) strategies for ensuring other players can't succeed in theirs.It's a matter of opinion at the end of the day, but I'm not sure 'PvP Server' means you have to be an utter expletive delighted to everyone, everywhere. You could probably write an essay for and against, but perhaps there's a difference between a player who's out in the world ('World PvP', right?) and someone who's gone to a specific place, to do a specific thing and get done with it... but can't, because you're griefing them. I mean, if that's the way we're meant to be playing we should probably remind everyone to grab their biggest mounts and sit on the quest givers between ganks...
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