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Poster: Zappie at 8/10/2006 12:50:02 PM PDT
Subject: RP-PvP servers and ganking
   Hello there! I'm Zappie, headmistress of the Gnomeregan Technical Institute, and I'm planning a roleplaying event. My party will be in Tanaris, a contested territory. I am worried that the Horde may interfere with my event by assassinating my guests. If that were the case, would the Game Master gods be able to intervene? That is, does harassment of roleplayers take precedence over the right to PvP?
Poster: Batta at 8/10/2006 1:24:08 PM PDT
Subject: Re: RP-PvP servers and ganking
   Cryo is essentially correct here. Part of the role-play immersion, particularly on a PvP realm, is that the Alliance and Horde are at-war. You may choose to host events in character; however, keep in mind that your enemies are lurking all around you in contested territory. Should they choose to attack, there is a PvP solution available. We will be unable to offer any intervention for standard PvP activity. You may very well wish to have guards to protect your party; or, you may want to choose a more secure location.
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