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[quote] On 13-06-2008 14:22, royston wrote: Thank you for all your comments. I have read and studied them all most carefully. I have no wish to prolong this thread but from what you have said, some of my remarks need clarification. I am not seeking to justify anything but only to explain. First from Zordell: >(but I do wonder, if it were someone else would the PKing have occurred)? Yes it would. There was nothing personal in this. To me it was a problem holding up the bash to which a solution had to be found. Then to answer Armand: >Well, I can think of several ways of getting an item from someone without killing them (steal, summon, push them off a cliff, and several others that I won't reveal). JB tried stealing; the summon command is not on my list of spells at my level and I have no idea how to use it, and we were no where near a cliff. Had I known another way to get the pick I would have used it. I agree I should have consulted a wiz but as I said, I did not think of that at the time and I bitterly regret not doing so, >But I think the question you should be asking yourself is, why did you need the pick? (you're not supposed to answer that, just give it some thought). You are telling me I think, that there is more than one way into the dwarfs or there is more than one way of obtaining entry by the route I know. Thank you for that tip. I will be working on it. >Greasypete beat me to that. I killed Jamesbond simply because I didn't think the restore was fair (and again this was nothing personal to Jamesbond). champion. Up to now I had assumed wrongly that Greasypete and the invis PK were the same persona. That means there were two or possibly three players seeking vengeance. I take back my remark about one experienced player bullying. If the retaliation arose out of a sense of vengeance and not one of injustice (there is a difference), then that is reasonable and what the game is surely all about. But did it? We have a situation here where a wiz restored a player to a certain level. Another mortal player disagreed with this and effectively overturned that wiz?s decision by sheer force of skill and experience. This is no different from ?arguing with the ref?; worse in fact because the he effected a change. This I suggest, is dangerous ground to be on. I am glad it wasn?t me. >If it was a safe room, how did you kill him? I meant safe from mobiles. The one thing we all agreed on is the sadness we feel that JB has left. Like everyone else, I hope he recovers from this set back and returns to us soon. Lastly, thank you to Gobstopper, who seems to have only recently joined us, for putting things back into true perspective. Let?s keep them there. [/quote]
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