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[quote] On 20-09-2008 08:21, royston wrote: The subject of LOOBY LOOing came up in conversation yesterday. I just want it clear in my own mind.... The MUDSpeke Dictionary clearly defines this as, "Deliberately to do all the work with one PERSONA, then collect the rewards with another". As far as I can judge the following are all examples: (1) Stashing T with one persona then swamp it with another. (2) Getting killed in (or fleeing from) a fight with another player, then attacking that player with another persona on full stam, knowing the player's weakness. (3) Ditto (presumably) with a mobile, knowing the mobile is weak. (4) Using magic (e.g. WH'ing objects) then coming back in as a non-MU and using that knowledge. Are there any more examples? Strangely the dictionary gives an example when it is legal to LOOBY LOO. That is when a player gets killed or flees from a fight, he is allowed to come back with another persona to swamp T that he has PREVIOUSLY stashed. However this begs the question, why stash treasure at all? As far as I can see there can only be two reasons (1) to LOOBY LOO and (2) for genuinely altruistic motives to help another player.
[ This Message was edited by: royston on 20-09-2008 08:24 ]
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