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Why do you attack me when you know your gonna die.

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    1. Because Blood Legion

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  • aspirine.6852aspirine.6852 Member ✭✭✭

    Better to fight than run away.

  • Tsakhi.8124Tsakhi.8124 Member ✭✭✭

    Because sometimes I feel like going on a killing spree and dying to a mob seems kind of funny to me. I have a weird sense of humor, though. Sometimes it's distraction, though: I'm trying to buy time for my allies to set things up.

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  • DanAlcedo.3281DanAlcedo.3281 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Do you have a [TaC] tag? (Thorin and Company)

    I know some people who like to kill them as sport in WvW.

    They do that since pre HoT.

  • Bigpapasmurf.5623Bigpapasmurf.5623 Member ✭✭✭✭

    I do it almost all the time. For me, its more about seeing if I can at least down someone before I ultimately get beat.

    If I can down someone AND get the finish (either stomp or DPS), thats a win in my book (defying odds kinda thing).

    Its more of a way to challenge myself in survivability and help sharpen my abilities.

    Do I know I will get rekt.....Of course. The thrill of the hunt calls to me :)

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  • lodjur.1284lodjur.1284 Member ✭✭✭

    @SpellOfIniquity.1780 said:

    From my perspective, I find the players that avoid risking their deaths to the best of their ability more strange than ones with no regard for it. Like I understand when logically, it's not worth engaging someone(s) but, more or less I'm talking about the players that avoid it at all costs. Those ones that will absolutely not 1v1 anyone unless they get the jump on them or will only ever fight within range of safety.

    Best is when people see you and instantly way point out suicide.

    The very first time I was in WvW was it eotm and I see my first enemy player, it's a Rev I start going for him and he just flings himself off a bridge and I am beyond confused...

    Ögonen omges av vita och svarta penseldrag som gör att de ser större ut än vad de egentligen är. Baksidan av lodjurets öron kantas av svart päls som slutar i den karaktäristiska tofsen högst upp på örat. Lodjurets svans är kortare än de flesta andra kattdjurs.

  • Celsith.2753Celsith.2753 Member ✭✭✭

    I understand people trying. What I don't understand is people trying, dying, then rage whispering about it. Like.. what did you expect???

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  • @lodjur.1284 said:

    @SpellOfIniquity.1780 said:

    From my perspective, I find the players that avoid risking their deaths to the best of their ability more strange than ones with no regard for it. Like I understand when logically, it's not worth engaging someone(s) but, more or less I'm talking about the players that avoid it at all costs. Those ones that will absolutely not 1v1 anyone unless they get the jump on them or will only ever fight within range of safety.

    Best is when people see you and instantly way point out suicide.

    The very first time I was in WvW was it eotm and I see my first enemy player, it's a Rev I start going for him and he just flings himself off a bridge and I am beyond confused...

    Because back in the day, some EOTM commanders taught their puglings that it was better to suicide than let another zerg wipe them. I won't mention any names but I can think of a few.

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  • lodjur.1284lodjur.1284 Member ✭✭✭

    @SpellOfIniquity.1780 said:

    @lodjur.1284 said:

    @SpellOfIniquity.1780 said:

    From my perspective, I find the players that avoid risking their deaths to the best of their ability more strange than ones with no regard for it. Like I understand when logically, it's not worth engaging someone(s) but, more or less I'm talking about the players that avoid it at all costs. Those ones that will absolutely not 1v1 anyone unless they get the jump on them or will only ever fight within range of safety.

    Best is when people see you and instantly way point out suicide.

    The very first time I was in WvW was it eotm and I see my first enemy player, it's a Rev I start going for him and he just flings himself off a bridge and I am beyond confused...

    Because back in the day, some EOTM commanders taught their puglings that it was better to suicide than let another zerg wipe them. I won't mention any names but I can think of a few.

    Well I was alone even so go figure...

    Ögonen omges av vita och svarta penseldrag som gör att de ser större ut än vad de egentligen är. Baksidan av lodjurets öron kantas av svart päls som slutar i den karaktäristiska tofsen högst upp på örat. Lodjurets svans är kortare än de flesta andra kattdjurs.

  • Etterwyn.5263Etterwyn.5263 Member ✭✭✭

    @lodjur.1284 said:

    @SpellOfIniquity.1780 said:

    From my perspective, I find the players that avoid risking their deaths to the best of their ability more strange than ones with no regard for it. Like I understand when logically, it's not worth engaging someone(s) but, more or less I'm talking about the players that avoid it at all costs. Those ones that will absolutely not 1v1 anyone unless they get the jump on them or will only ever fight within range of safety.

    Best is when people see you and instantly way point out suicide.

    The very first time I was in WvW was it eotm and I see my first enemy player, it's a Rev I start going for him and he just flings himself off a bridge and I am beyond confused...

    I have actually done that before! =) My thought was "I'm gonna die anyway, might as well save the time."

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  • lodjur.1284lodjur.1284 Member ✭✭✭

    @Etterwyn.5263 said:

    @lodjur.1284 said:

    @SpellOfIniquity.1780 said:

    From my perspective, I find the players that avoid risking their deaths to the best of their ability more strange than ones with no regard for it. Like I understand when logically, it's not worth engaging someone(s) but, more or less I'm talking about the players that avoid it at all costs. Those ones that will absolutely not 1v1 anyone unless they get the jump on them or will only ever fight within range of safety.

    Best is when people see you and instantly way point out suicide.

    The very first time I was in WvW was it eotm and I see my first enemy player, it's a Rev I start going for him and he just flings himself off a bridge and I am beyond confused...

    I have actually done that before! =) My thought was "I'm gonna die anyway, might as well save the time."

    But why not give it a try?

    Ögonen omges av vita och svarta penseldrag som gör att de ser större ut än vad de egentligen är. Baksidan av lodjurets öron kantas av svart päls som slutar i den karaktäristiska tofsen högst upp på örat. Lodjurets svans är kortare än de flesta andra kattdjurs.

  • If you’re fast enough, you can also waypoint to safety as you fall :)

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  • Etterwyn.5263Etterwyn.5263 Member ✭✭✭

    @lodjur.1284 said:

    @Etterwyn.5263 said:

    @lodjur.1284 said:

    @SpellOfIniquity.1780 said:

    From my perspective, I find the players that avoid risking their deaths to the best of their ability more strange than ones with no regard for it. Like I understand when logically, it's not worth engaging someone(s) but, more or less I'm talking about the players that avoid it at all costs. Those ones that will absolutely not 1v1 anyone unless they get the jump on them or will only ever fight within range of safety.

    Best is when people see you and instantly way point out suicide.

    The very first time I was in WvW was it eotm and I see my first enemy player, it's a Rev I start going for him and he just flings himself off a bridge and I am beyond confused...

    I have actually done that before! =) My thought was "I'm gonna die anyway, might as well save the time."

    But why not give it a try?

    I don't EOTM anymore so usually I'm more apt to die fighting. I'm not good about engaging people I see in BL though. I still have the open world PVE mindset of letting people do their own thing, so a lot of times I catch an opening burst from behind and start off at a disadvantage.

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  • zionophir.6845zionophir.6845 Member ✭✭
    edited December 15, 2018

    coz even if i die, we will bring you and you're effin friends and their friends and their friends (...) to hell, where you see me and my magnafantastic friends.

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