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Enemy whisper

Senji.2048Senji.2048 Member ✭✭

Is the possibility of whispering an enemy player through blocking him first considered a long lasting bug, or is it like this by design?

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  • Blocki.4931Blocki.4931 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Unless they make the blocklist completely invisible there is no way to change this. This would however remove the option to unblock somebody.

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  • they whisper you and you can't whisper them. that means they don't want to hear the words that will make them cry rocks.

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  • @Blocki.4931 said:
    Unless they make the blocklist completely invisible there is no way to change this. This would however remove the option to unblock somebody.

    Quick and maybe naive solution: there could be a time limit (let's say 30min) before the blocked person name appears on the block list. I know it requires some additional logic, but would solve the problem.

  • @LetoII.3782 said:
    Angry whispers are PvP's version of an admission of defeat

    and a WvW roamers confirmation they are doing a good job

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  • Turk.5460Turk.5460 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @LetoII.3782 said:
    Angry whispers are PvP's version of an admission of defeat

    That and corpse jumping and tombstoning. You know you've made someone super salty and angry when they hop on your corpse or throw down siege. After that you just do it right back to them and then the whispers/blocks start flowing right in. Feels so good!

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  • Sovereign.1093Sovereign.1093 Member ✭✭✭✭

    mmm... should not be able to whisper at all unless mail if enemies.

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  • Hesacon.8735Hesacon.8735 Member ✭✭✭

    I only whisper enemies to congrat them on a good fight.

  • @Turk.5460 said:

    @LetoII.3782 said:
    Angry whispers are PvP's version of an admission of defeat

    That and corpse jumping and tombstoning. You know you've made someone super salty and angry when they hop on your corpse or throw down siege. After that you just do it right back to them and then the whispers/blocks start flowing right in. Feels so good!

    Esp after you whooped them so many times and you get steamrolled by their group and they jump on you like they themselves actually beat you,lol.

    Someone had an idea on here about those people (as a revenge thing who jump/tombstone on you) is to bring candy corn and eat until you puke on their body. Havent tried it yet but it was kind of a funny thought

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  • Turk.5460Turk.5460 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 14, 2018

    @Bigpapasmurf.5623 said:

    @Turk.5460 said:

    @LetoII.3782 said:
    Angry whispers are PvP's version of an admission of defeat

    That and corpse jumping and tombstoning. You know you've made someone super salty and angry when they hop on your corpse or throw down siege. After that you just do it right back to them and then the whispers/blocks start flowing right in. Feels so good!

    Esp after you whooped them so many times and you get steamrolled by their group and they jump on you like they themselves actually beat you,lol.

    This happens to me after I finally get caught by the "roaming" guilds (who run comp to fight unorganized pugs) after they've chased me for an hour while I pick off one of their members every now and then. Like, every single time haha. Those guys can't fathom losing.

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  • @Turk.5460 said:

    @Bigpapasmurf.5623 said:

    @Turk.5460 said:

    @LetoII.3782 said:
    Angry whispers are PvP's version of an admission of defeat

    That and corpse jumping and tombstoning. You know you've made someone super salty and angry when they hop on your corpse or throw down siege. After that you just do it right back to them and then the whispers/blocks start flowing right in. Feels so good!

    Esp after you whooped them so many times and you get steamrolled by their group and they jump on you like they themselves actually beat you,lol.

    This happens to me after I finally get caught by the "roaming" guilds (who run comp to fight unorganized pugs) after they've chased me for an hour while I pick off one of their members every now and then. Like, every single time haha. Those guys can't fathom losing.

    Thats another way of knowing you are doing a good job

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  • @SpellOfIniquity.1780 said:

    Since you can friend someone and said person can then transfer (or you can), it would make it a lot more difficult to stay in contact with those friends if blocking -> whispering weren't an option (although yes, you can also still party enemy players).

    Thanks for answer. Now I see I wasn't specific enough in my question. I don't mind being able to whisper an enemy once I know his/her name. But what I consider a bug is the possibility to get the name by blocking him first and then start whispering.

    Maybe Anet let it slide, maybe they ignore it, or maybe don't even know about it. Won't keep my hopes up it can change.

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