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devorasx 11-19-2012 06:38 PM

Unacceptable behaviour in pvp
 
edit: Request this thread deleted by the mods. This topic has served its purpose and furthermore posts will contain flaming and passiv aggressive attitudes which isnt needed.

skurf 11-19-2012 06:52 PM

Welcome to online video games. This type of behavior is not exclusive to STO and in fact is much worse in many other games.

virusdancer 11-19-2012 06:54 PM

3 doesn't bother me in the least. It's PvP. Goading the enemy into making mistakes is a valid tactic.

2 always kind of makes me chuckle. Nothing screams a complete lack of understanding of the game like some of the things that come out of number 2.

1...1... yeah, I've had to apologize for my reaction to number 1 a few times.

bubblygumsworth 11-19-2012 07:19 PM

Fireworks... its like teabagging and it grinds my gears

travelingmaster 11-19-2012 07:19 PM

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Originally Posted by devorasx (Post 6687731)
Is there such a thing?

Lately ive been running into alot of awful and bad players, both klink and fed side and i must admit its getting bad. So i was wondering what sort of behaviour is accepted and not accepted ingame. Frankly ive come across these which is annoying me to some extent:

1. The braggers. The ones who will constantly brag that their the best, but in reality have no skill whatsoever. Examples are people who use exclusivly p2w stuff to win, or use cheap tactics.

2. The accusers. There are always those who accuse X person of cheating. Unfortuantly many hasnt grasped all the abilties and skills one has at its disposal and gets carried away when ones ship goes bom very easy.

3. The smacktalkers. The ones who flames and tries to trigger from others a quarrel or flamefest. Never good, and never ends good. These are pherhaps the ones i despise the most, and if i could without breaking the EULA would makes a name and shame list of.
On the otherhand there must be a fine line between friendly banter and downright hostility.


Offcourse everything one needs to do is simply ignore, but this is a growing problem. So what are peoples thoughts on this?

Define 'cheap' tactics. For example, there are Feddies who would probably make the argument that decloak-alphastriking (a tactic that myself and other BoP and Raptor pilots make an art of) is a 'cheap' or 'dirty' trick. . .when it really is all about timing skill and knowing when to attack. Others like to 'mention' that they got focused on by 3-5 attackers (these claimants are usually zombie cruisers, in my experience) insinuating it was 'unfair' or 'cowardly'.

So please. . .clarify.

thishorizon 11-19-2012 07:26 PM

i get complaints that my dual heavy cannons are unacceptable in pvp.

i try to ignore that though. cause i like em.

have fun kill bad guys

skurf 11-19-2012 07:41 PM

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Originally Posted by bubblygumsworth (Post 6688061)
Fireworks... its like teabagging and it grinds my gears

Ha. I've used fireworks in a Cap n Hold after defending a base solo vs. 3 Klinks. They had me down to 20% hull, I popped Go Down Fighting and RSP and killed them all shortly after. Sometimes you just gotta celebrate :D

bobtheyak 11-19-2012 07:47 PM

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Originally Posted by bubblygumsworth (Post 6688061)
Fireworks... its like teabagging and it grinds my gears

Hey, I just popped you, and this is crazy, but here's some fireworks, so nerdrage maybe!

devorasx 11-19-2012 07:53 PM

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Originally Posted by travelingmaster (Post 6688071)
Define 'cheap' tactics. For example, there are Feddies who would probably make the argument that decloak-alphastriking (a tactic that myself and other BoP and Raptor pilots make an art of) is a 'cheap' or 'dirty' trick. . .when it really is all about timing skill and knowing when to attack. Others like to 'mention' that they got focused on by 3-5 attackers (these claimants are usually zombie cruisers, in my experience) insinuating it was 'unfair' or 'cowardly'.

So please. . .clarify.

Ill take some past cheap tactics like VM+SNB, FBP+RSP and chain PSW someone to death.
These days all it takes is one escort with a sci captain, sub nuke the poor player, and sci team is likely spent. Then grav pulse and pew him down as he is helpless to do anything. Cheap and skilless.

As for the decloaking alpha strikes one can ask if its balanced for one player to destroy a ship in such an "easy" fashion. Its as mindless and unfun as tric mining someone to death or using the sub nuke doff for an easy and cheap win.

But i guess the cloak is the klinks prerogative, but mostly a gimmicky thing. Sure its useful as heck in kerrat and cap`n holds, where alot is going on and the victim cant always be aware that a sneaky bop or raptor is ready to alpha the poor ship down. But then again these players would seldom or NEVER set foot in arena pvp, cause cloak is useless and hence the alpha strike neutralized. But then said klinks will only resort to another cheap tactic called an energy drain team build. Oh what lengths, espeically those payed for, people are wiling to go to for the sake of winning :rolleyes:


Clarified enough?

upyournacelles2 11-19-2012 08:14 PM

Im surprised you didn't add people running a voldemort bug while pvp'ing (could care less if its in pve).


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