- Feb 28, 2005
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Guess what....CandyShot said:Thats why i dont want mid-skilled ppl there. They were harassed by Ubers probably, so now they gonna take it out on the new guys, quite natural.
The game is open to all, to play how they see fit, other than purposely harrassing other players
We dont like RT killers on Amethera, but it happens. We deal with it
I hunt between Phoe and Zych several times a week - long hunts that last hours. I don't take mobs to sweaters - they can get their own. It improves their skills
I'll probably get through a couple hundred corns in that time. As ulti said, mobs respawn. It's a hunting ground like anywhere else, and trapping mobs has now become an exploit as MA has removed it
We (ulti and myself) do however quite regularly bring Atrox/Armax to Phoenix to help out the real noobs. It started as being bored with nothing to do (pre-deposit day blues...), but the sweaters loved it. You can get several hundred sweat from an Armax Bull Old, and the RT is seconds away, so if they die, the noobs just come right back
But if we're talking about manners, I find noobs who come and sweat your mob while you're killing it, or skilling off it, without asking, rude to the extreme. Often these players will then try to kill it when it's dry - even when they can plainly see that you're skilling. I'm not talking about a crowd of 6-8 mobs here. I'm talking one or two. Are they really that bad that they can't kill a snabbly on their own, when the radar shows dozens of them???
This happens way too often, even though after their first shot/axe blow I'll ask them to stop. Sometimes they answer in a foreign language, but often not at all. Being foreign is no excuse - everybody understands "No!" - and PE is touted as primarily English speaking
Of course, when that happens I then take great delight in following that player for the next hour and killing all their mobs they are trying to hunt. Usually they then magically can speak and understand English when they're asking me to stop, and while I'm explaining what they did wrong