allofspaceandtime wrote: »
I knew when they gave players the power to kick, there would be problems like this. many spoke out in the forums telling eme this sort of thing was going to happen when they mentioned it was going to be implemented. but as I said so many times....their game, their rules.
CornishRex wrote: »
It would be nice if newbies got a popup telling them the correct setups and not allowing them to queue until they got the cruxes at least, since they're not intuitive enough to look at a pvp guide or ask someone in gchat, global, one of the many discords, forums etc.
6R1MM01R3 wrote: »
Actually the people are just doing "troll kick" randomly because they think it is fun. Sadly you can't see the name of the player that starts the votekick.
Enthilest wrote: »
Then I keep running into a certain raid leader who told me when I was a noob trying to learn, that the next group I will be kicked. They play often. Every time I got into "their" raid, I would be kicked. I have seen them make nasty comments about how they wont win with me in the raid & to kick me, etc. Even after I learned & improved my rank, this person demands the raid kick me or they get raid leader spot & start yelling KICK KICK KICK. This person does this to others also.
Enthilest wrote: »
I have been playing MMO's for about 20 years. I have never participated in any type of battlegrounds pvp. I have always been hesitant due to the crappy mechanics / exploits that plague most MMO battlegrounds. Tera is basically a causal game, this would be a good time to learn, so what is there to lose? It took me several games to get the feel of it. Yeah, I sucked & did not know what I was doing or what half the abbreviations were. No one explains anything & everything is fast paced. But I kept on & I "learned the ropes" in both FW & CS. I do what the raid leader says & I know where to be most of the time. Over the weeks, I actually started getting some kills & many assists in my crappy eq gear. I even made a pretty decent rank with some good groups. I was actually having fun.
Then I keep running into a certain raid leader who told me when I was a noob trying to learn, that the next group I will be kicked. They play often. Every time I got into "their" raid, I would be kicked. I have seen them make nasty comments about how they wont win with me in the raid & to kick me, etc. Even after I learned & improved my rank, this person demands the raid kick me or they get raid leader spot & start yelling KICK KICK KICK. This person does this to others also. But they have a grudge against me for having been a noob at one time. This causes other people who see this behavior to start blacklisting you.Most of the time this is in FW. FW seems to be more "elite" than CS. Today I was kicked for no reason given in FW. I guess I should have seen it coming when the raid leader starts talking about all the familiar faces in the raid (not me).
If this is the kind of treatment that people get for actually being a decent player but not having StromCry gear or are part of the raid leaders set of special friends, why should I bother playing not only a battlegrounds, but anything at all in Tera? OH, and the best part is, you get penalized for being kicked for whatever reason. You lose rank points & you can get a "desertion" flag. Really? That is pretty carelessly thought out.I do not have to play this game or give any money to it - so, I am not going to sit around and cry about it. But this experience just reinforces every negative opinion I have had about pvp & I think that is really sad.
I think one of the "best" things I have seen in CS was the raid leader started yelling at people (because we were losing) that if you don't know how to do CS, then don't join next time. So, how are people supposed to learn? If you try hard, you have every right to participate as everyone else. This is a random que event, not a bring your own special team event.