Nope and I’d send that GM a Thank You note for kicking you out of Guild that enforced exploiting.
The only true reason I can see for the Kick was the GM was somehow connected to the Exploiters because the only drama would have been the Exploiters whining!
Really? It puts a bad stigma on a Guild for messing with Exploiters?
You can do whatever you like under the ruleset of the game. Your guild, similarly, can do whatever they like under the ruleset of the game. Just as you are allowed to gank resetters, they are allowed to ban you from their guild. What’s the issue? Do you not agree actions have consequences?
It’s not game exploiting and Blizzard has mentioned this method many times. Blizzard is against resetting the buff, however since it was in the original game and it is not being changed regardless of what you may think. I think any half decent raid guild would have kicked or atleast demoted the OP due to griefing or encouraging griefing.
no it wasn’t hilarious, it was childish and selfish of you to waste an entire server’s time that they could have spent with their family… No one wants to sit and watch some infantile child slow them down for 2 hours… You better bet that the priest’s combat log tells them who counterspelled them and you can be positive that they communicated that back to the person requesting the reset. Joke’s on you!
false… when you rest the buff you know when it is going to drop almost to the minute. Spending 10 minutes grabbing a buff or two is VASTLY different from getting sucked into multiple hours of BS caused by someone that thinks it’s “hilarious” to waste people’s time. That is what they are having fun with, its not the killing of the priest, it is the wasting other people’s time and making their day even a tiny bit worse. Stop pretending it’s innocent fun.
Just read your post. The problem is that cross server removes almost all interactions, positive OR negative. And sometimes the negative interactions add some flavor to the world(salt you could say). Basically the game can become dull or dry without the interaction from a server community even if you aren’t really doing anything in particular.
Nah. If the whole server doesn’t like him it’s 100% a him problem. Nothing wrong with not playing with people you don’t like. Or kicking from a guild for not listening to the gm and doubling back on your word. My guess is he’s leaving out any part of this story that isn’t favorable to him.
Bruh you do realize this is a video game and not important right? If they choose to ignore their family’s for hours getting buffs that’s on them. This is a video game its not important in any way and someone having fun playing it is not a bad thing sorry. IMO if he got g kicked because people were mad about a buff reset he’s better off without them that’s just a snowflake temper tantrum.
No I do not think you are the OP but I reread my post and it was accidently worded that way so sorry about that.
I just didn’t want to make the thread off topic by going away from the MC priest topic. Basically fighting back against toxic players makes a world more dynamic and interesting. It’s like on a PVP server where lower levels come together to kill and camp a ganker. You make friends and serve justice. It makes the game WAY more interesting and actually an MMO instead of a single player game with a multi player element. Basically I agree with Numdiar above.
You also seem to think the OP was in the right by killing the resetter and attacking again. IMO the OP was the toxic one and him being gkicked was totally understandable.
Communities have rules if you want to exist within them, either in a guild or as part of the larger raiding community. That community considers people messing with Ony buffs toxic, and removed said toxic player. Guild kicking and blacklisting are also in game tactics to control player behavior.