What about you guys?
Is it just me?
What about you guys?
I even have people whisper me because I had helped their friend out before.
Its a great way to incourage people to play this game:)
What goes around comes around:)
Would you still play the game if it was called "World of Lovecraft"? Haha, I just noticed my unintentional pun! Cthulhu Ftagn!
but i am sure there are alot of people who go out of their way to grief the opposite faction or same faction for that matter... (specially on one-sided pvp servers.. i see plenty of craziness there if your on the unfortunate underdog faction lol)
its how you play the game so i understand if they do what they want to do, its a free world of warcraft lol
Now if they want to talk look for the angry dwarf known as Jorim on Ally side. :)
That said, I do not kill lower level folks, even when they're flagged; and by lower level I mean a 3-4 level spread.
But, my tastes have changed a whole lot. I actually miss the PvP server environment any time I'm on SoE (or other PvE servers).
It certainly doesn't cost anything to /smile or toss a few DoTs on mobs as I go past another player. For same-faction players I toss a buff and help kill a pesky monster on my way by, and for opposing-faction players, we can still add a few dots or kill-shot a mob for them.
The biggest difference for non-named mobs is to be sure and wait for the player to tag the mob first, and then go full-tilt boogie on the pew-pew.
So if you see a shadowy player run up to your mob... don't freak out and assume they are trying to ninja your kill. If you see me standing patiently by until your first strike, just know that my intent is merely one of assistance rather than malice.
For same-faction players... be kind to your neighbors and toss a buff on them when you're at the quest-giver or mailbox out in the leveling zones. A buff or a /smile, or /cheer doesn't cost any more in-game than it does in real-life. So... /smile and toss that buff generously. It's merely a friendly gesture and very Zen-like for the MoP ambiance =)
It's like a rain dance, but it's for concentration, not rain.
I'm sure a cow dancing in her brightly colored tabard and turban helps them concentrate and fight better. And trust me, most of them need it. 90% of the time they just forget where their buttons are or something and just stop and stare at me, looking to me for help.
And you know what I do? I dance harder.
10/06/2012 06:06 PMPosted by CocoapuffsEvery time I see someone fighting a rare Pandaria champion I wait for them to die so I can kill them for their loots and credit.
Pretty much the only time I don't help anyone. 'Cause I want it. Got called a Vulture today since the Rare one-shot a priest and Soirreb and I picked it up and killed it.
While leveling in the Krasarang Wilds I had a very nice human paladin who I'm fairly certain was from <Zen> help save me from certain death near the temple where the crane guy is. Later I helped him kill a rare, despite a friend telling me I should let him die so that we could get the rare kill. I refused to stand by and not help because I think that one good turn deserves another.
If I see others fighting, I will throw up a DoT or two, or stop to heal if we're same faction. I honestly see no point in "hating" the opposite faction, especially when you consider a lot of us play both factions anyway. Those same people who are my "enemies" while I'm playing my blood elf might be my guildies on another character someday.
I started on SOE as Alliance back in BC. I meet a undead rogue and we both played Horde together for years. Most of my RealID friends now are Alliance, I just transfered my 85 resto druid over and am going to start lvling monk tank to play with some of those Alliance friends, until they realize Horde is where the heart is <3.
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