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Re: FYI

#51
This is a really long post. I’m not asking you to take the time to read it; it’s your choice whether you want to understand Lonkar or not.

I have yet to see a single Resurgence member take this matter seriously, so let’s see if this story helps… I have omitted names because Voldy is watching this topic. :)

Picture this: a new player walks into his leveling spot and sees a high level warrior getting attacked by a bunch of mobs. Unsure what the warrior is doing, the new player decides to train anyway and kills these mobs. Little does he know what a horrible trap he has just stepped into…

Later that day, the newblet goes to the arena to complete his gladiator quest. But he finds that the same warrior keeps killing him over and over, and it gets even worse; the noob’s entire clan can no longer enter the arena to finish their dailies because this warrior is killing them all the time.

The newbie’s other clannies are confused. “We have done nothing,” they say. The warrior ignores them and stays right at the arena entrance.

Angry and frustrated, a small line of low level victims line up at the sand’s edge, careful not to step into the PvP zone. Sometimes, they try to organize a pathetically desperate charge on the warrior, but it always ends in a bloodbath of low level bodies on the ground. When they realize the futility of the situation, they begin to throw insults at this warrior, thinking it will make him go away. But instead, all that hate just fuels the warrior’s resolve to camp the arena for hours on end.

The rest of this warrior’s clannies are AFK camping Killain—they are too far away to witness what is going on. And when one of the warrior’s clannies does drop by, they see a wall of angry noobs who are running their mouths, which seems to justify the warrior's killing. So, the warrior’s clannies give him the benefit of the doubt.

Many, many noobs die to the point of this warrior’s spear throughout that week and beyond. Due to the warrior's vigilant watch, no player in that clan completes a gladiator quest.

SomeGuy wrote:Cool story bro

Now that we got that out of the way, this is a true, unexaggerated story—not about me, but about another clan. I don't know, maybe this is still happening on Arawn.

Ask yourself: is this not cruel and unusual punishment to you? Do you think the new player and his entire clan really deserved that?
If you were a new player and made the mistake of killing a high level's training mobs, would you want to be treated like this? How do you think being slaughtered over and over would have affected your early CH experience?
How do you think the bully-like behavior of this one warrior affects the image of the warrior's clan?

Does it annoy you at all that this warrior expresses no remorse for committing acts like these?

Re: FYI

#52
^ sorry for going off topic but i still do this if i explain what im doing to the guy that wants/killed my training mobs, cant see a reason why not when you explain what youre doing.
Rhiannon:
M7 (Rogue)- 218 Proud clansman of InnerCircle

Re: FYI

#53
Swan wrote:This is a really long post. I’m not asking you to take the time to read it; it’s your choice whether you want to understand Lonkar or not.

I have yet to see a single Resurgence member take this matter seriously, so let’s see if this story helps… I have omitted names because Voldy is watching this topic. :)

Picture this: a new player walks into his leveling spot and sees a high level warrior getting attacked by a bunch of mobs. Unsure what the warrior is doing, the new player decides to train anyway and kills these mobs. Little does he know what a horrible trap he has just stepped into…

Later that day, the newblet goes to the arena to complete his gladiator quest. But he finds that the same warrior keeps killing him over and over, and it gets even worse; the noob’s entire clan can no longer enter the arena to finish their dailies because this warrior is killing them all the time.

The newbie’s other clannies are confused. “We have done nothing,” they say. The warrior ignores them and stays right at the arena entrance.

Angry and frustrated, a small line of low level victims line up at the sand’s edge, careful not to step into the PvP zone. Sometimes, they try to organize a pathetically desperate charge on the warrior, but it always ends in a bloodbath of low level bodies on the ground. When they realize the futility of the situation, they begin to throw insults at this warrior, thinking it will make him go away. But instead, all that hate just fuels the warrior’s resolve to camp the arena for hours on end.

The rest of this warrior’s clannies are AFK camping Killain—they are too far away to witness what is going on. And when one of the warrior’s clannies does drop by, they see a wall of angry noobs who are running their mouths, which seems to justify the warrior's killing. So, the warrior’s clannies give him the benefit of the doubt.

Many, many noobs die to the point of this warrior’s spear throughout that week and beyond. Due to the warrior's vigilant watch, no player in that clan completes a gladiator quest.

SomeGuy wrote:Cool story bro

Now that we got that out of the way, this is a true, unexaggerated story—not about me, but about another clan. I don't know, maybe this is still happening on Arawn.

Ask yourself: is this not cruel and unusual punishment to you? Do you think the new player and his entire clan really deserved that?
If you were a new player and made the mistake of killing a high level's training mobs, would you want to be treated like this? How do you think being slaughtered over and over would have affected your early CH experience?
How do you think the bully-like behavior of this one warrior affects the image of the warrior's clan?

Does it annoy you at all that this warrior expresses no remorse for committing acts like these?



This was very well put together swan . My question is will this said persons clan catch on and see that this is wrong ? And even if they know will they do anything about it ? My guess is no .... Cuz honestly who can do anything to them on that server which is why a ton of good people have either left or are leaving ...the fact of the matter is said person is a shining representation of his clan , a group of high lvl bullies . Thats not too say its his entire clan in a whole as ik many ok people that joined as its the only option ... When your clan leaders are certified bullies it passes those attitudes down the line this is why the only fix for arawn is to rid the server of those select few leaders and the server would be a good place as it used to be .... When they weren't in control .
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Arawn

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Re: FYI

#54
Arawns arena is made by OTM for Lonkar to play with. You will know you got a big problem if you send friend request to him and he rejects it.

And nueee, stop whinning, you dont even have the guts to enter arena more so face Lonkar. You will always be known as Arawns biggest loser/quitter/crybaby. Nobody will believe you now, because the few people that once listened to you saw your true color.
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Re: FYI

#55
Gabee wrote:Arawns arena is made by OTM for Lonkar to play with. You will know you got a big problem if you send friend request to him and he rejects it.

And nueee, stop whinning, you dont even have the guts to enter arena more so face Lonkar. You will always be known as Arawns biggest loser/quitter/crybaby. Nobody will believe you now, because the few people that once listened to you saw your true color.



Lol and werent you the one in the begining of this post complaining ? ( delete the insults from these rhiannon people) lol you guys just cant handle the truth and it makes your blood boil . And your statement is false ik im despised by res and i dont mind that but outside your sad little circle i have plenty of friends. So come on gabe grow up stay on topic dont get your panties in a wad and resort to name calling as a leader ( or forum spokesman ) in res its unbecoming of you and makes you look weak.
Nueee lvl 222 Ranger
Arawn

Selfie lvl 125+ rogue ( Retired)
Lugh

Best rapper in the ch community
http://www.soundcloud.com
Search Nue Sizemore

Re: FYI

#56
The arena is a terrible waste of time for leveling if you are below 190. I have never killed Killian. It is simply not necessary.

When I go to the arena, I always see a bunch of people just hanging out. It is really just a place to cause trouble or get into trouble. I really don't understand why people make such a big deal about it. Instead of getting a group together to try to kill Lonkar, why not get a leveling group together?
Gibble Warrior level 217
Resurgence
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Re: FYI

#60
M7md1997 wrote:^ sorry for going off topic but i still do this if i explain what im doing to the guy that wants/killed my training mobs, cant see a reason why not when you explain what youre doing.

So you kill that guy's entire clan as well? For weeks?

Those saying that the arena is Lonkar's playground; yes, it is. I'm not challenging the fact that Lonkar can do whatever he wants in there.

The question is whether he should. I have never seen any other Resurgence members going around murdering waves of noobs at a time. Therefore I think Lonkar paints an inaccurate picture of your clan by bullying the low level population, in a way.

Each and every member represents your entire clan. If you're ok with being represented by Lonkar's arena rampages, then by all means, do nothing.

But for a clan that already has 50+ Necro kills (or something like that?) and many members equipped with Garanak sets, doesn't improving/maintaining a good clan image become the next most important thing to do after gaining power/dominating the server?

Just my thoughts…

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