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Hi sec war deccers (pvp carebears)

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gnshadowninja
G0P-ST0P
P I R A T
#41 - 2017-06-08 12:55:01 UTC
The issue is that your all too lazy to do anythung, you spend the majority of the time whining on the forums or reddit about how were "carebear pvpers", "hub campers", "griefers", "cowards" yet do NOTHING actually ingame.

If were so bad then come fight us, Cavemen alliance did and they won!
Ro Fenrios
Armilies Corporation
Domain Research and Mining Inst.
#42 - 2017-06-08 13:30:01 UTC
KnightGuard Fury wrote:
ok to clear some things up:

1. some of my people are pvp'ers and some indy/miners
2. i have not been in the market in a while but have een building things and saving up.
3. we live in a low competition market and everyone and thier mothers are mostly miners/indy/mission runners.
4. our region is MH, the most lack luster region around.

no one has a real reason to hate us whether its me or anyone or thing else. **** all if i know why someone would really dec us besides looking for easy kills or just to annoy us.


Story time.

I am sympathetic to your position since long time ago my corp was facing similar problem. We were high sec mining corp in Caldari high sec, dreaming of becoming local industrial giant some day. Not really looking trouble, minding our own business. Our plans soon were ruined by persistant high sec wardeccing group whom had targeted for no particular reason. We had no idea bout wardec mechanics, no idea how they could find us every day even when we changed systems or how to fight them. One of them were hunting us in legion, a ship that seemed bizarry alien for us but also very squishy (if you check legion attributes it has like 100shield/armor/Hull HP without rigs(?))

We setup a war plan. We were going to ambush that legion! We had 2 destroyers and 1 Moa, cruiser that has so much more hitpoints than puny legion! It was a good plan, perfect plan and we executed it without fail... up until the point we engaged. Even our mighty flagship, that Moa class cruiser we had could not put a dent to legion's armor. We lost the fight almost immidietly and ran away. What could we do now? There was no way we could fight these Guys and if they came to chase us every single day, what could we do? Our future Eve career seemed hopeless and to add salt to the wound, one of the deccers even said we should quit the game cause we are so bad.

Another day running from wardeccers. A Loki is chasing My little t1 trasher around high sec. If he wants to kill Me I Will at least make him work for it. And he does. We make over 20 jumps from Caldari high sec to southern Amarr. This Dude has some kind of hate boner for me. I accidentally warp to low sec Gate. Warning message pops up. Danger! Only way out from here is back through the route I came and the Loki is already in system. Loki lands on gate. I panic and Press jump..

...

Loki does not follow.

That panic jump was propably most inportant decision I made in my early Eve career. Up to this point almost anyone Outside our corp had either tried to kill us or did not care, but in low sec we met people whom - after killing us first of course - soon were teaching us and protecting us. By the time next random wardec landed not only did we know how to defend ourselves, but we also had some veterans willing to back us up. It felt strange to watch our wardeccers run or dock up for exchange as soon as our New friends showed up.

That one low sec jump propelled our corp forward by a mile and also sparked pvp hunger in us. Sure we still built stuff but we were also roaming and now killing things ourselves. This also proved to be surprising good recruitment method. I ENCOURAGE you to go to low sec, to learn and to meet new people. Make friends and allies and train your members to defend themselves. Even if you live hybrid life with one foot in high and other in low, this will help you. Especially when you get seriously into manufacturing. You want someone to be there help defend your citidels after all.




TLDR
GO LOW SEC. POWER UP.
Toxic Yaken
G0P-ST0P
P I R A T
#43 - 2017-06-08 14:48:43 UTC
Ro Fenrios wrote:
KnightGuard Fury wrote:
ok to clear some things up:

1. some of my people are pvp'ers and some indy/miners
2. i have not been in the market in a while but have een building things and saving up.
3. we live in a low competition market and everyone and thier mothers are mostly miners/indy/mission runners.
4. our region is MH, the most lack luster region around.

no one has a real reason to hate us whether its me or anyone or thing else. **** all if i know why someone would really dec us besides looking for easy kills or just to annoy us.


Story time.

I am sympathetic to your position since long time ago my corp was facing similar problem. We were high sec mining corp in Caldari high sec, dreaming of becoming local industrial giant some day. Not really looking trouble, minding our own business. Our plans soon were ruined by persistant high sec wardeccing group whom had targeted for no particular reason. We had no idea bout wardec mechanics, no idea how they could find us every day even when we changed systems or how to fight them. One of them were hunting us in legion, a ship that seemed bizarry alien for us but also very squishy (if you check legion attributes it has like 100shield/armor/Hull HP without rigs(?))

We setup a war plan. We were going to ambush that legion! We had 2 destroyers and 1 Moa, cruiser that has so much more hitpoints than puny legion! It was a good plan, perfect plan and we executed it without fail... up until the point we engaged. Even our mighty flagship, that Moa class cruiser we had could not put a dent to legion's armor. We lost the fight almost immidietly and ran away. What could we do now? There was no way we could fight these Guys and if they came to chase us every single day, what could we do? Our future Eve career seemed hopeless and to add salt to the wound, one of the deccers even said we should quit the game cause we are so bad.

Another day running from wardeccers. A Loki is chasing My little t1 trasher around high sec. If he wants to kill Me I Will at least make him work for it. And he does. We make over 20 jumps from Caldari high sec to southern Amarr. This Dude has some kind of hate boner for me. I accidentally warp to low sec Gate. Warning message pops up. Danger! Only way out from here is back through the route I came and the Loki is already in system. Loki lands on gate. I panic and Press jump..

...

Loki does not follow.

That panic jump was propably most inportant decision I made in my early Eve career. Up to this point almost anyone Outside our corp had either tried to kill us or did not care, but in low sec we met people whom - after killing us first of course - soon were teaching us and protecting us. By the time next random wardec landed not only did we know how to defend ourselves, but we also had some veterans willing to back us up. It felt strange to watch our wardeccers run or dock up for exchange as soon as our New friends showed up.

That one low sec jump propelled our corp forward by a mile and also sparked pvp hunger in us. Sure we still built stuff but we were also roaming and now killing things ourselves. This also proved to be surprising good recruitment method. I ENCOURAGE you to go to low sec, to learn and to meet new people. Make friends and allies and train your members to defend themselves. Even if you live hybrid life with one foot in high and other in low, this will help you. Especially when you get seriously into manufacturing. You want someone to be there help defend your citidels after all.




TLDR
GO LOW SEC. POWER UP.


Is ARMIL recruiting?

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Ro Fenrios
Armilies Corporation
Domain Research and Mining Inst.
#44 - 2017-06-08 15:27:09 UTC

  • Armil
  • Is
  • Not
  • Recruiting
Bing Bangboom
DAMAG Safety Commission
#45 - 2017-06-08 18:01:34 UTC
Reasons I've wardecced:

1) I wardecced my own alliance for kicking me out for being an Agent (and a Christian).
2) For interfering with New Order ganking.
3) For refusing to buy permits after being ganked.
4) For being insufficiently respectful after being ganked.
5) For bringing a mining fleet to Kino and refusing to follow the Code.
6) For botting. (These are good ones as finding the mining fleet while under a wardec is like Vikings finding an unguarded English village.)
7) For accepting an anti-ganker as a new member after I warn them not to.
8) For attempting to gank my bumping ship.
9) For putting up a POS without defenses.
10) For being Space Nazi's. (They really exist. Amazing corp bio.)
11) For taking my fittings after a gank.
12) For calling me "insignificant".
13) For the comment "And there's NOTHING you can do about it!".
14) For ganking another New Order Agent.
15) For being Druids. This one was more complicated and related to people who fled my old alliance (see #1).

Before CCP nerfed the Watchlist these were all perfectly good reasons to wardec corps and alliances. I could determine who I felt umbrage against and go after them. I could give them the terms of surrender and they could accept them or have their organization destroyed. Good times.

I see why the wardec corps have to now just wardec the universe and hope somebody screws up. This is what the current situation has led to. If the wardec targets don't like it, well, as others have pointed out, they chose it.

Better were the days when mastery of highsec came not from bargains struck with CCP but from the sweat on a man's keyboard and his mastery of the Watchlist. You all know this to be true!

TLDR: I WANT MAH WATCHLIST!

Highsec is worth fighting for.

By choosing to mine in New Order systems, highsec miners have agreed to follow the New Halaima Code of Conduct.  www.minerbumping.com

Freya Sertan
Ministry of War
Amarr Empire
#46 - 2017-06-08 19:04:03 UTC
You could, I dunno, try fighting back?

New Eden isn't nice. It isn't friendly. It isn't very hospitiable. Good thing there are people here to shoot in the face.

Want to make New Eden a nice place? Try this out.

Kaely Tanniss
Black Hydra Consortium.
#47 - 2017-06-09 01:18:57 UTC
KnightGuard Fury wrote:
Shae Tadaruwa wrote:
You're calling them Carebears, but you're the ones not doing what you want to do?

Typical Carebear right there. Too dumb to see how arse backwards they have it.


i never said anything about me not being a carebear... i said i cant get much done. i have other ways to deal with getting things done but corp wise i cant. im saying that its just stupid to do this.


And THIS is exactly why you got decced..for them, your inability to conduct business is a tactical win. Just because you don't understand the reason, doesn't mean there is no reason. There's always a reason.

If I had a nickel for every time someone said women don't play eve, I'd have a bag of nickels to whack the next person who said it..

Herzog Wolfhammer
Sigma Special Tactics Group
#48 - 2017-06-09 01:39:37 UTC
Best way to deal with it is not to fight them. Blankey highsec deccing is bottom feeding highsec PVP. Imagine gate camping with no risk of BLOPS/Super drops and bubbles. Highsec deccers are in highsec for the same reason their prey is: they can't handle low and null.

(Those that can handle null because their mains are in null are likely too bored out there and need some easy pew)

Fighting back will only garner you more decs because now you have "provided content". So the only thing you can do is deny them that one thing they bothered to care about.

And THAT is Eve after all: winning the game by denying the playing of the game.

Disband the corp or find some other game to sub to.

Bring back DEEEEP Space!

Ro Fenrios
Armilies Corporation
Domain Research and Mining Inst.
#49 - 2017-06-09 05:35:55 UTC
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:
Best way to deal with it is not to fight them. Blankey highsec deccing is bottom feeding highsec PVP. Imagine gate camping with no risk of BLOPS/Super drops and bubbles. Highsec deccers are in highsec for the same reason their prey is: they can't handle low and null.

(Those that can handle null because their mains are in null are likely too bored out there and need some easy pew)

Fighting back will only garner you more decs because now you have "provided content". So the only thing you can do is deny them that one thing they bothered to care about.

And THAT is Eve after all: winning the game by denying the playing of the game.

Disband the corp or find some other game to sub to.


What if you like your corp or its name? Disbanding or curling up into a ball will get you nowhere. To progress in this game one has to adapt, find solution to obstacles and learn from experience. Especially if these guys are decced by CODE, which is like Ö tier threat at best as an wartarget.

Herzog Wolfhammer
Sigma Special Tactics Group
#50 - 2017-06-09 07:32:28 UTC
Ro Fenrios wrote:
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:
Best way to deal with it is not to fight them. Blankey highsec deccing is bottom feeding highsec PVP. Imagine gate camping with no risk of BLOPS/Super drops and bubbles. Highsec deccers are in highsec for the same reason their prey is: they can't handle low and null.

(Those that can handle null because their mains are in null are likely too bored out there and need some easy pew)

Fighting back will only garner you more decs because now you have "provided content". So the only thing you can do is deny them that one thing they bothered to care about.

And THAT is Eve after all: winning the game by denying the playing of the game.

Disband the corp or find some other game to sub to.


What if you like your corp or its name? Disbanding or curling up into a ball will get you nowhere. To progress in this game one has to adapt, find solution to obstacles and learn from experience. Especially if these guys are decced by CODE, which is like Ö tier threat at best as an wartarget.





It's all just space pixels, we are told.

Bring back DEEEEP Space!

Noragen Neirfallas
Emotional Net Loss
#51 - 2017-06-09 09:37:46 UTC
Ro Fenrios wrote:

  • Armil
  • Is
  • Not
  • Recruiting

I heard Armil is infact recruiting?

Member and Judge of the Court of Crime and Punishment

Noragens basically the Chribba of C&P - Zimmy Zeta

Confirming that we all play in Noragen's eve. - BeBopAReBop

ISD Buldath favorite ISD

'"****station games" - Sun Tzu' - Ralph King Griffin

Dracvlad
Taishi Combine
#52 - 2017-06-09 10:59:35 UTC  |  Edited by: Dracvlad
Reasons I have been war decked
1. Because I was spotted webbing an Orca by a CEO who thought I was dumb enough to do it when at war.
2. Because I took out a Ganker POS and people thought I would give content, sadly my fellow players were not interested
3. Because I was in local and Tora decided to go on a mass war dec spree, followed by a CODE war dec two minutes later
4. Because I posted in C&P
5. Ages ago because someone was mining in a system and the guy thought it was a good idea, he regretted it...

Since that time my little stalker tried to get me war decked but the mercs refused because I was not worth it, in other words difficult to catch, don't take stupid risks and am very capable of blowing them up, he seemed to think that telling me that would annoy me, when in fact I knew why I was not war decked.

One of the war decs, I analysed them and then played with them on the Jita undock in their weakest period cutting down their number of kills on the undock to hardly any, they dropped that war dec, though they did tell me it was good resistance which I respected them for that, I was in admiration of their Nestor ball too.

During my war dec after the ganker POS was taken down I had something in space and the POS managed to get two kills on war deckers.

Reasons I have war decked
1. To remove a gankers POS in Niarja, well that was more joining in as allies to remove that POS
2. To get a POCO owner to reduce their tax rate which worked.

Anyway, it depends what you can do in the game, if you can PvP then speak to others that are war decked and work together, use neutral logi killers to take out their neutral RR, if you have no PvP skills and don't have friends then avoid, close corp etc. And for the love of space pixels do not use the pipes, main hubs and main mission hubs...

And a big shout out to Cavemen for showing how it can be done, and a respectful wave at NaturalClonekiller for giving them respect for that.

NB. The best war decs are those where you have something to fight over and the fight is over that.

When the going gets tough the Gankers get their CSM rep to change mechanics in their favour.

Blocked: Teckos Pech, Sonya Corvinus, baltec1, Shae Tadaruwa, Wander Prian, Daichi Yamato, Jonah Gravenstein, Merin Ryskin, Linus Gorp

Clockwork Robot
Science and Trade Institute
Caldari State
#53 - 2017-06-09 11:52:00 UTC
Ro Fenrios wrote:
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:
Best way to deal with it is not to fight them. Blankey highsec deccing is bottom feeding highsec PVP. Imagine gate camping with no risk of BLOPS/Super drops and bubbles. Highsec deccers are in highsec for the same reason their prey is: they can't handle low and null.

(Those that can handle null because their mains are in null are likely too bored out there and need some easy pew)

Fighting back will only garner you more decs because now you have "provided content". So the only thing you can do is deny them that one thing they bothered to care about.

And THAT is Eve after all: winning the game by denying the playing of the game.

Disband the corp or find some other game to sub to.


What if you like your corp or its name? Disbanding or curling up into a ball will get you nowhere. To progress in this game one has to adapt, find solution to obstacles and learn from experience. Especially if these guys are decced by CODE, which is like Ö tier threat at best as an wartarget.




Dude told you why dropping corp, or otherwise dodging the intended distraction is, in his opinion, the best action. You're denying peoples content. (In exactly the same way they wish to deny you yours.)

I'm not knocking EvE's playerbase here, but... let's for a brief moment stop gilding the lilly: People who play this MMO, specifically those playing "da bad gui" in highsec, are not doing it to be someones story about how "getting blown up that first time turned me on to pvp, and the greatness that is the games intricate community'.

No, they're playing specifically, and emphatically, to be a ****. To annoy, and to be a pain in someone else's life, however briefly.

It's a fair argument that the most appropriate counter is to frustrate the people trying to frustrate you, by passively denying them your attention.
Noragen Neirfallas
Emotional Net Loss
#54 - 2017-06-09 17:34:58 UTC
Clockwork Robot wrote:
Ro Fenrios wrote:
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:
Best way to deal with it is not to fight them. Blankey highsec deccing is bottom feeding highsec PVP. Imagine gate camping with no risk of BLOPS/Super drops and bubbles. Highsec deccers are in highsec for the same reason their prey is: they can't handle low and null.

(Those that can handle null because their mains are in null are likely too bored out there and need some easy pew)

Fighting back will only garner you more decs because now you have "provided content". So the only thing you can do is deny them that one thing they bothered to care about.

And THAT is Eve after all: winning the game by denying the playing of the game.

Disband the corp or find some other game to sub to.


What if you like your corp or its name? Disbanding or curling up into a ball will get you nowhere. To progress in this game one has to adapt, find solution to obstacles and learn from experience. Especially if these guys are decced by CODE, which is like Ö tier threat at best as an wartarget.




Dude told you why dropping corp, or otherwise dodging the intended distraction is, in his opinion, the best action. You're denying peoples content. (In exactly the same way they wish to deny you yours.)

I'm not knocking EvE's playerbase here, but... let's for a brief moment stop gilding the lilly: People who play this MMO, specifically those playing "da bad gui" in highsec, are not doing it to be someones story about how "getting blown up that first time turned me on to pvp, and the greatness that is the games intricate community'.

No, they're playing specifically, and emphatically, to be a ****. To annoy, and to be a pain in someone else's life, however briefly.

It's a fair argument that the most appropriate counter is to frustrate the people trying to frustrate you, by passively denying them your attention.

I beg to differ sir. I specifically went through my kill mails and struck up conversations with all newer players in an attempt to get them to understand the game and PvP. With a semi reasonable success rate too

Member and Judge of the Court of Crime and Punishment

Noragens basically the Chribba of C&P - Zimmy Zeta

Confirming that we all play in Noragen's eve. - BeBopAReBop

ISD Buldath favorite ISD

'"****station games" - Sun Tzu' - Ralph King Griffin

Clockwork Robot
Science and Trade Institute
Caldari State
#55 - 2017-06-09 18:20:49 UTC
Noragen Neirfallas wrote:
Clockwork Robot wrote:
Ro Fenrios wrote:
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:
Best way to deal with it is not to fight them. Blankey highsec deccing is bottom feeding highsec PVP. Imagine gate camping with no risk of BLOPS/Super drops and bubbles. Highsec deccers are in highsec for the same reason their prey is: they can't handle low and null.

(Those that can handle null because their mains are in null are likely too bored out there and need some easy pew)

Fighting back will only garner you more decs because now you have "provided content". So the only thing you can do is deny them that one thing they bothered to care about.

And THAT is Eve after all: winning the game by denying the playing of the game.

Disband the corp or find some other game to sub to.


What if you like your corp or its name? Disbanding or curling up into a ball will get you nowhere. To progress in this game one has to adapt, find solution to obstacles and learn from experience. Especially if these guys are decced by CODE, which is like Ö tier threat at best as an wartarget.




Dude told you why dropping corp, or otherwise dodging the intended distraction is, in his opinion, the best action. You're denying peoples content. (In exactly the same way they wish to deny you yours.)

I'm not knocking EvE's playerbase here, but... let's for a brief moment stop gilding the lilly: People who play this MMO, specifically those playing "da bad gui" in highsec, are not doing it to be someones story about how "getting blown up that first time turned me on to pvp, and the greatness that is the games intricate community'.

No, they're playing specifically, and emphatically, to be a ****. To annoy, and to be a pain in someone else's life, however briefly.

It's a fair argument that the most appropriate counter is to frustrate the people trying to frustrate you, by passively denying them your attention.

I beg to differ sir. I specifically went through my kill mails and struck up conversations with all newer players in an attempt to get them to understand the game and PvP. With a semi reasonable success rate too



I did not state that the "newbro shepherding" experience was entirely ficticious... Merely that it was rare enough to be the "proof" of its absence.

And Ive personally mailed everyone that ever exploded me, and never gotten a reply. :-(
I'd be willing to accept your anti-matter, Nor.
Moon Moon Burdy
Devils Rejects 666
The Devil's Warrior Alliance
#56 - 2017-06-09 19:46:30 UTC
Clockwork Robot wrote:
Noragen Neirfallas wrote:
Clockwork Robot wrote:
Ro Fenrios wrote:
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:
Best way to deal with it is not to fight them. Blankey highsec deccing is bottom feeding highsec PVP. Imagine gate camping with no risk of BLOPS/Super drops and bubbles. Highsec deccers are in highsec for the same reason their prey is: they can't handle low and null.

(Those that can handle null because their mains are in null are likely too bored out there and need some easy pew)

Fighting back will only garner you more decs because now you have "provided content". So the only thing you can do is deny them that one thing they bothered to care about.

And THAT is Eve after all: winning the game by denying the playing of the game.

Disband the corp or find some other game to sub to.


What if you like your corp or its name? Disbanding or curling up into a ball will get you nowhere. To progress in this game one has to adapt, find solution to obstacles and learn from experience. Especially if these guys are decced by CODE, which is like Ö tier threat at best as an wartarget.




Dude told you why dropping corp, or otherwise dodging the intended distraction is, in his opinion, the best action. You're denying peoples content. (In exactly the same way they wish to deny you yours.)

I'm not knocking EvE's playerbase here, but... let's for a brief moment stop gilding the lilly: People who play this MMO, specifically those playing "da bad gui" in highsec, are not doing it to be someones story about how "getting blown up that first time turned me on to pvp, and the greatness that is the games intricate community'.

No, they're playing specifically, and emphatically, to be a ****. To annoy, and to be a pain in someone else's life, however briefly.

It's a fair argument that the most appropriate counter is to frustrate the people trying to frustrate you, by passively denying them your attention.

I beg to differ sir. I specifically went through my kill mails and struck up conversations with all newer players in an attempt to get them to understand the game and PvP. With a semi reasonable success rate too



I did not state that the "newbro shepherding" experience was entirely ficticious... Merely that it was rare enough to be the "proof" of its absence.

And Ive personally mailed everyone that ever exploded me, and never gotten a reply. :-(
I'd be willing to accept your anti-matter, Nor.


This was funny for me to read. I'm one of those "rare" people who got newbro shepherded by the Devils back in 2015. There's a nifty write up of the experience. Check it out!

I'll bet it happens a lot more than you think.

Things that went boom

Storytime with Moon Moon New stories semi frequently-ish!

Promising Young Murderer, Education Appreciated.

Herzog Wolfhammer
Sigma Special Tactics Group
#57 - 2017-06-09 23:29:28 UTC
Ro Fenrios wrote:
Loki does not follow.





And that one sentence right there should be the shining monument that everything a highsec wardeccer is all about and what they are made of.

Bring back DEEEEP Space!

Herzog Wolfhammer
Sigma Special Tactics Group
#58 - 2017-06-09 23:35:30 UTC
Clockwork Robot wrote:
Noragen Neirfallas wrote:
Clockwork Robot wrote:
Ro Fenrios wrote:
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:
Best way to deal with it is not to fight them. Blankey highsec deccing is bottom feeding highsec PVP. Imagine gate camping with no risk of BLOPS/Super drops and bubbles. Highsec deccers are in highsec for the same reason their prey is: they can't handle low and null.

(Those that can handle null because their mains are in null are likely too bored out there and need some easy pew)

Fighting back will only garner you more decs because now you have "provided content". So the only thing you can do is deny them that one thing they bothered to care about.

And THAT is Eve after all: winning the game by denying the playing of the game.

Disband the corp or find some other game to sub to.


What if you like your corp or its name? Disbanding or curling up into a ball will get you nowhere. To progress in this game one has to adapt, find solution to obstacles and learn from experience. Especially if these guys are decced by CODE, which is like Ö tier threat at best as an wartarget.




Dude told you why dropping corp, or otherwise dodging the intended distraction is, in his opinion, the best action. You're denying peoples content. (In exactly the same way they wish to deny you yours.)

I'm not knocking EvE's playerbase here, but... let's for a brief moment stop gilding the lilly: People who play this MMO, specifically those playing "da bad gui" in highsec, are not doing it to be someones story about how "getting blown up that first time turned me on to pvp, and the greatness that is the games intricate community'.

No, they're playing specifically, and emphatically, to be a ****. To annoy, and to be a pain in someone else's life, however briefly.

It's a fair argument that the most appropriate counter is to frustrate the people trying to frustrate you, by passively denying them your attention.

I beg to differ sir. I specifically went through my kill mails and struck up conversations with all newer players in an attempt to get them to understand the game and PvP. With a semi reasonable success rate too



I did not state that the "newbro shepherding" experience was entirely ficticious... Merely that it was rare enough to be the "proof" of its absence.

And Ive personally mailed everyone that ever exploded me, and never gotten a reply. :-(
I'd be willing to accept your anti-matter, Nor.




It used to be more common during the golden age of MMOs but it does still happen. Depends on who you are dealing with. Sometimes you get people who come to play a game and want everybody to enjoy it and sometimes you get people who are off their meds.

Bring back DEEEEP Space!

Noragen Neirfallas
Emotional Net Loss
#59 - 2017-06-10 00:07:13 UTC
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:


It used to be more common during the golden age of MMOs but it does still happen. Depends on who you are dealing with. Sometimes you get people who come to play a game and want everybody to enjoy it and sometimes you get people who are off their meds.


Can't we be a bit of both? Twisted

Member and Judge of the Court of Crime and Punishment

Noragens basically the Chribba of C&P - Zimmy Zeta

Confirming that we all play in Noragen's eve. - BeBopAReBop

ISD Buldath favorite ISD

'"****station games" - Sun Tzu' - Ralph King Griffin

Herzog Wolfhammer
Sigma Special Tactics Group
#60 - 2017-06-10 08:13:08 UTC
Noragen Neirfallas wrote:
Herzog Wolfhammer wrote:


It used to be more common during the golden age of MMOs but it does still happen. Depends on who you are dealing with. Sometimes you get people who come to play a game and want everybody to enjoy it and sometimes you get people who are off their meds.


Can't we be a bit of both? Twisted



oh pshaw

Bring back DEEEEP Space!