No you are clearly mentally stunted but here I’ll spell it out for you. Yellow /blue zone are for people that want to fame farm with no risk. Red and black zones are suppose to be more risk but better rewards. If you don’t want pvp to happen then should stay in yellow and blue zones.sooo the people faming in easy to kill gear at half health and a complete disadvantage cause 3 other people dove on them deserves to lose their shit? Sounds like you're looking for an easy fight lol you literally fall into the category of carebear and just outed yourself as the very people that don't recognize it. Noted in the very post you quoted lmaoWhen pirating is seen as carebear LOL.... you guys should just stick to blue and yellow zones. If you can’t defend it it was never yours in the first place. Basic rule for any sandbox mmorpg .Agree. The funny thing is, the more they defend or deny it, the worse they look..... and they don't even realize it.Nothing reeks of carebear more than diving. Even in its purest form where you have a solo diver invading a solo dungeon, it's still a situation where often times the invader is looking for PVP, geared for PVP, and attacking a target that is often times unsuspecting, geared for PVE or progression (maybe you just needed to spec loldemonic staff or lolglaive or lollongbow), with cooldowns, with less than full life, and with mobs drapped on them.What's more is that people who are running PVE are typically doing so for progression. They are trying to get stronger, they are trying to level up, and they are trying to gain some wealth, so that they can get into the actual fight. The people who are diving are typically more experienced and more established, so they have an even greater advantage because of all the reasons above plus the fact they are going to have high native IP from progression and through gear.Then, to further exacerbate the issue, you have the real carebears that are taking n+1 into these solo dungeons, and this is why we cannot have good organic content because it just turns into griefing. And griefing pisses off customers and they leave, so the alternative is to force everyone into controlled PVP instances where you at least get some sort of equality of opportunity. Of course people will always argue for equality of outcome, which is just the opposite side of the carebear spectrum.Bukem you're talking to carebears, don't waste your time. The game has been invaded by them and now they set the rules because they scream the loudest.
The game has lost all appeal for me currently because the risk and adventure have been significantly reduced. Structured content is the new meta for SBI. Organic content is being banished in waves.
If you think that every pvp encounter should be completely fair then you are clearly playing the wrong game.
The term carebear was created back in a game called Ultima Online where people won’t only stick to trammel (safe zones) and would avoid pvp at all costs. Player killers or pirates would kill people for profit or fun. Despite the situation wether it was fair or not pks or pirates would take advantage of any situation they could . It’s been done like this since mmos have been around.
Saying that pks are carebears is just funny. To hear you clearly not understand what are talking about and then try and insult people with it only shows how stunted you are.
If people goto red or black zones not geared for pvp and are mad when they lose it all well honestly that’s their problem. They have consciously made a decision to get higher fame per hour at the cost of a disadvantage.
For you to argue that every engagement has to be fair only shows that you have not won outnumbered fights and realize how fun it is to do so.
Bottom line the change doesn’t follow Albion online vision for risk vs reward. It’s a stupid change and hopefully admins will see that
Look At how enraged you got over me saying youre care bear lol. Where there is smoke there is fire. I started back in beta i don't need mechanics explained by some pleb tyvm. Feel free to further embarrass yourself though