Posted by Zeus on 02/05
Why was this changed? It was great to have a check to see if
someone was PK enabled. I guess you would rather us use headbutt/
Yeah, great change .... NOT!
Sunday, January 03, 04:31AM
I just use backstab. -shrug-
Sunday, January 03, 07:52AM
Why would you want to check if someone was pk-enabled without having
any intention of fighting him?
I don't think you should be able to check if someone was killable
without actually trying to.. the beg command always seemed more like
a bug to me. Nice change.
Sunday, January 03, 09:51AM
Okay, first off, I'm not the one that made this change (although I
think it was a bug in the first place)... but I've always found the
'ask' command to be very effective. Not necessarily asking the
person themselves, but other people who might know them. In fact,
way back when, there was a group of people who made money off
this kind of knowledge (who was pkenabled, who was allied with whom,
etc) but now that you've all become so open book about your
pkenabled chars, it leaves little room for espionage and RP along
Sunday, January 03, 04:21PM
Well said Rufus. Always seemed stupid to me that the skill could
be used that way. And like you said, this might bring some of the
knowledge back into pkill and allow more options to those who are
Sunday, January 03, 05:50PM
Seriously doubt it.
Sunday, January 03, 07:02PM
I like the Idea the more I think about it. Now lets
stop announcing pk death on info channel. then maybe we
can get back to something like what Rufus is talking
about - instead of pkillers loitering in safe
rooms and clan halls. But that's just My $.02
Conspiracy (Brought to you by the immortals of this great mud)
Sunday, January 03, 10:51PM
Um, you can already not have your deaths announced on info if you want.
Monday, January 04, 01:28AM
Sure, but you may be multi'd for it as it is.
Monday, January 04, 07:19AM
Hrm, RP to learn about others charecters, thats so paradoxil or
however you spell it.
Sir Rictor Belmont
Monday, January 04, 05:39PM
There are still ways of finding out whether someone's enabled
which aren't -technically- aggressive. Since I've always found beg to be
rude and annoying anyway, and since I've always attacked people who
begged from me if they were in range, this doesn't strike me as a huge cha
Friday, February 05, 04:43AM