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9-11-2011 @ 9:16AM
Personally, I don't really World PvP at all. Sometimes it's a necessity, for example doing daily quests in the Molten Front or doing World Events. Mostly I try to avoid it, because if someone decided to come and kill me while I'm grinding, it's a quick "some ally is stopping me from getting my title, wanna kill him?" in guild chat, Have Group Will Travel, and 10 Hordes are killing his ass non-stop. Don't want that happening to me.(On a completely unrelated note, we managed to keep a hunter dead for 15minutes until he was forced to relog, because he was keeping one of our guildies from turning in the quests that would ding him 85. Poor guy.)
9-11-2011 @ 9:18AM
You got revenge on someone camping your friend and/or a questgiver. Nothing to feel sorry for.All is fair in love and war(craft).
9-11-2011 @ 11:12AM
Why in the world... of Warcraft... would you have to apologize for that?
9-12-2011 @ 10:56AM
Puzzles: You have nothing to apologize for. I remember back in the BC/Wrath days when the Horde on my server would relentlessly attack the Westfall settlement. THere were many times I couldn't hand in quests, coz they were just standing there waiting for the respawns.I say nuke'em until they glow and shoot them in the dark. ;) I also can't tolerate ganking, just pisses me off to no end.Shinanji
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