If you're being harassed, you're supposed to put a player on ignore. If you feel someone is using outrageous language or is being offensive you're told to put them on ignore. Unfortunately, this doesn't take into account that when you ignore this type of player in trammel they're also the most likely to page on you claiming you're unattended macroing. These players take your lack of response as scripting, regardless of how blatantly active you are and they page on you. During ToT, I've been paged on 23 times, that I'm aware of, and actually been bugged by GMs. These GMs ask me annoying questions to make sure I'm a person and meanwhile, as a mage farmer, I'm forced to spend time typing rather than farming as every letter casts spells I can hardly keep up with ridiculous questions and casting on spawn. Meanwhile, the people paging on me, lure spawn to me all day, spew horrible things and accusations of cheating at me and when I page for harassment, physical or verbal, nothing is done despite GMs physically talking to me while this is occurring and they do nothing about it. The problem with the system is, if I ignore the player, there is no journal log. If they lure spawn to try and kill me, I have to leave to page. Yet GMs spend hours bugging me about my hair color and pant color and how am I today. This is terrible service and a flawed system. The problem I see is that the system benefits the harasser because GMs don't care about responding to anything but accusations of scripting or unattended macroing. Why are GMs so obsessed about dealing with repeated false accusations of macroing while they won't deal with blatant verbal and physical harassment that is transpiring right on the same screen as the person they're "monitoring." My proposal? Ban players that frequently page on others for things that turn out to be provably false, time and time again. Stop wasting resources following the accusations of idiots, and start handling the griefing scum that are paging on players relentlessly as part of their attempts to harass others. One would think harassment would plainly include wasting the staff attention on clearly legitimate players or at least monitor these people who seem to spend more time in game in the help line than 99.9% of other players.