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[quote] On 14-06-2008 13:55, Crazyfool wrote: Tsunami! Hi. Hows Byker after your paintballing accident? Jb. Good to hear from you. You raise 3 key points which need addressing. 1.Who says Pete is a wizmort? How do you define one? Someone who beats you? Someone who attacks you? Im confused. 2.You think that being attacked will drive people away. Im completly and utterly baffled by this. Bar wizrunners like Marlock, I havent actually seen one player attack another for...ages..especially not on a bash. A bash is a time for everyone to kill mobiles, not a chance for people to throw caution to the wind and play highlifes to sneak up. If a bash is anti pk, you will know about it before hand. Otherwise, play your set how you would anyway ie dont sleep on 4 stam in the hut (saw last Thursday), or run around on 2 stam at the Jetty (saw a few weeks ago). Pking is and always will be a part of the game and we still have players, they just get better. I dont want to open the whole pk debate again as it's tired and boring. 3.Hal attacking you at a higher level would normally worry me and to be honest I did give thought whether I should speak to him. However thats between myself and Hal. All he did was return the favour to what you did to Leak which in his and many others eyes was completly out of line and character. If I hadnt known Hal ie he was an unknown Warlock, I would probably have said something but you, and most people know Hal isnt the kind of person who makes a habit of picking on low lives. I hope this puts an end to the situation. Come back soon JB but dont leave it too long. Cf [/quote]
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