When I tell them, "This is a PvP game, you should leave and recreate the game without a PvP tag." They get angry and say that they can do whatever they want and if I do not like it I can leave. I wish it was that simple, because when I leave and search for a new PvP game, it leads me right back to the one I just left. I search each individual act, however, I either find more people PvEing or I am in a game where I am outmatched. I do this over and over again until I hit my input limit.
So when I reach my input limit and I am stuck in this PvP tagged PvE game, I try to explain to them that they are making it hard for people to search for PvP games by them stubbornly staying in this game. So as I am waiting until I can do another search, I continuously observe the same people entering and exiting the game, probably going through the same thing I just did. Overall, it is not fair to brawlers that their searches are hindered because these PvEers want to do what they feel like regardless of the tagging system, which is in place to eliminate this problem.
I do not get why you would want to stay in a game, solely to kill monsters, where everyone else in it is brawling. It would be better for them to join a monster slaying tagged game or have created one in the first place. Most of the time, you cannot kick these people and you just have to play a game where slots are occupied by non-brawlers. What does everyone else do in these situations?