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Nakties Karys of Istaria

Biped warrior adventures in vast world of Istaria.

Author: Lithuanian

Helping (2) Dragons

Posted by Lithuanian Wednesday November 9 2011 at 3:30AM
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The world is changing (at least a little). But first of all - thanks to all who comment my blog, I really appreciate their advice.

Yesterday's situation: me, Player A (Dragon) and Player B (Dragon). I was in team both with A and B is experienced, more polite, not commanding Dragon. Both A and B ask if I can group hunt with them: A needs some more treant sapplings, B needs some more Fire Ogres.

Teamed up with B. And then Player A starts saying that it is unfair. Unfair -what? I cannot split into 3 characters: one teaming with A,  one teaming with B and one - levelling up himself. Reply from A - "Still unfair". Later, Player A returned with his another personage and told that "I have changed my behaviour". Good to hear, I hope this promise will be kept...

Group hunting with B was one big pleasure: B hunts (being Dragon, she is stronger than me although her level is lower), I aid in hunting and healing. All trophies goes to B, since she needs trophy coins and hoard items. In Istaria, Dragons can use their hoards to make super strong attacks capable of killing mob within first hit - so Dragon always needs something to hoard and Ogres are kind enough to supply with such items. We fought and fought, me being sometimes almost killed by Ogre and Pygmy forces, but healed by my comrades. No one died during this hunt, no one needed to teleport back and there was a big fun.

Will I be helping Player A? First I need to help Player B witht that Fire Ogres; then - as people there adviced - I need Player A to be asking, not commanding. And maybe I will tell Player A to listen to what I say. If I say "Do not attack Masive Elm treants or Enraged Elm treants" - that means it is dangerous for him at his combat level to attack, even with my help. Yes, he needs experience, but with me by his side (I being lvl.82 Warrior, he - some lvl.20 Dragon) he won't get much case he gets anything.

The day in istaria was interesting and I am waiting for what would happen today, when after work I will return to my favourite Istaria:Chronicles of the Gifted.

alakram writes:

By the time someone commands me to do something in a mmorpg I'm discarding him as a groupmember, always. You made the right thing.

Wed Nov 09 2011 6:11PM Report writes:
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