What's up with this gank 7

    • Player112 wrote:

      Ravenar wrote:

      @Player112

      did I get this right? On a routine trading trip to Caerleon, you decide to harass a random red. And when more reds appear, you ignore them?

      I have no idea how you got dismounted so quick but you were waiting for something to happen. It just happened faster than you expected.

      I often accidentlly quaff potions and food when meaning to hit Q and W. Maybe you did hit A to dismount by error? It happens.

      or you clicked on something on the ground? The invis guy was next to a corpse or something?
      I was searching for toxicity. Once found, confirmed, and to be beyond reasonable, I exit the situation. Unlike the other losers here, I am perfectly willing to use a command mammoth to do my tests because I don't consider it an unrecoverable loss - the ultimate goal wasn't about a few 100m's but a much larger number. There was no mistake on my part at all. It's not exactly an isolated incident, unless you choose to ignore the previous threads in the same vein. No doubt you, like idiot captainrussia, will tell me having a command mammoth dragged is just a piece of dust in my eye and happens to you all the time, right?
      I activated High Command which removed the bubble. Then I activated the rock throwing ability. I was dismounted at that point. There was no forward movement of the mammoth towards the direction of the click. It was a long spell direction bar, meaning the click would have moved the mammoth if it opened a container such as a corpse. As always when I do these test, I have only 2 fingers on the R and E keys. This was confirm visually before activation of High Command. It was a well practised sequence.

      When I started playing, I thought getting banned was how my exit would come. I suppose this way is slightly more intelligent of them. Either way, it doesn't matter as I was expecting it. It was a unique experience of toxicity from the very beginning to the end. Curios some believe they can make money with that.

      Earlier in the day, I had a trail of 10+ gankers trying to bring me down over 3/4 of a map length and failed. After, I had a permanent "escort" around me to pin down my position. They considered 1 escort wasn't enough but needed 3. They were easily thrown off by some simple strategies. I would not have minded if they beat me with normal game mechanics. But they were out of options.
      Well maybe your command mammoth had low HP and when you lost bubble you lost the remaining HP xD huh huh SS or it didnt happen.
    • Player112 wrote:

      Ravenar wrote:

      @Player112

      did I get this right? On a routine trading trip to Caerleon, you decide to harass a random red. And when more reds appear, you ignore them?

      I have no idea how you got dismounted so quick but you were waiting for something to happen. It just happened faster than you expected.

      I often accidentlly quaff potions and food when meaning to hit Q and W. Maybe you did hit A to dismount by error? It happens.

      or you clicked on something on the ground? The invis guy was next to a corpse or something?
      I was searching for toxicity. Once found, confirmed, and to be beyond reasonable, I exit the situation. Unlike the other losers here, I am perfectly willing to use a command mammoth to do my tests because I don't consider it an unrecoverable loss - the ultimate goal wasn't about a few 100m's but a much larger number. There was no mistake on my part at all. It's not exactly an isolated incident, unless you choose to ignore the previous threads in the same vein. No doubt you, like idiot captainrussia, will tell me having a command mammoth dragged is just a piece of dust in my eye and happens to you all the time, right?
      I activated High Command which removed the bubble. Then I activated the rock throwing ability. I was dismounted at that point. There was no forward movement of the mammoth towards the direction of the click. It was a long spell direction bar, meaning the click would have moved the mammoth if it opened a container such as a corpse. As always when I do these test, I have only 2 fingers on the R and E keys. This was confirm visually before activation of High Command. It was a well practised sequence.

      When I started playing, I thought getting banned was how my exit would come. I suppose this way is slightly more intelligent of them. Either way, it doesn't matter as I was expecting it. It was a unique experience of toxicity from the very beginning to the end. Curios some believe they can make money with that.

      Earlier in the day, I had a trail of 10+ gankers trying to bring me down over 3/4 of a map length and failed. After, I had a permanent "escort" around me to pin down my position. They considered 1 escort wasn't enough but needed 3. They were easily thrown off by some simple strategies. I would not have minded if they beat me with normal game mechanics. But they were out of options.
      I'm confused as to what is so toxic about this scenario that's causing you to quit.

      Gankers are part of the game, and it looks like you made a mistake by dismounting accidentally. You can deny all you want but the chances that they some how cheated to dismount you are slim to none.

      IMO it's more toxic to complain about your death and loss of items as a reason for quitting the game than it is to just own up to your mistake and improve your gameplay so you don't repeat the same mistakes again.
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    • Adrivan wrote:

      Carrying T3 cloth on a command mammoth, and stopping to play with gankers. Then quitting the game when you die. That's the definition of stupidity.
      I played with the gankers quite often. It's only T3 cloth, very little to lose. It's really only a T3 ox, or maybe slightly worst. They never dismounted me off a T3 that easily. 2 dismounts, one drag, and one bubble removal tell me everything I need to know. Quitting is not to do with the death or the loss, but to cut short my wasting time.

      Since they want to model after EVE. I am now curious, there is that much toxicity in EVE too? It doesn't seem plausible. I might have to try that to confirm.

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    • Player112 wrote:

      Adrivan wrote:

      Carrying T3 cloth on a command mammoth, and stopping to play with gankers. Then quitting the game when you die. That's the definition of stupidity.
      I played with the gankers quite often. It's only T3 cloth, very little to lose. It's really only a T3 ox, or maybe slightly worst. They never dismounted me off a T3 that easily. 2 dismounts, one drag, and one bubble removal tell me everything I need to know. Quitting is not to do with the death or the loss, but to cut short my wasting time.
      Since they want to model after EVE. I am now curious, they have that much toxicity in EVE too? It doesn't seem plausible. I might have to try that to confirm.
      What do you mean by toxicity? If you mean the gankers killing you, that's not toxic. It's to be expected in a full loot pvp game