...I've learned that a guild name carries with it both trust, friendship, sometimes respect...and also can "mark you" a target. I frequently hang around a known guild, and when people see me, the reaction is (even if not said aloud) "who is this guy"? and they often see the name of the guild I'm with, and they lower their guard. Which is wonderful for me because I don't think I could kill a gnat right now. And I don't have an aggressive bone in my body. Yeah, I know Seige is a PvP server/shard, but it does not mean that I have to. Seige = freedom to do what you want to do. Be it good OR evil. Its nice not to be restricted at times. I'm sure even the most seasoned "Trammie" (referring to every single other shard) had one or two set of circumstances where they found themselves even wishing that they could "just that once" whack someone. Ya' know, maybe a person stole your tame, or killed a creature you were trying to tame, or ruined a player run event. Seige is what drew me in, with its true meaning of comrodery <-- (spell-check?). I had a troubling experience, maybe someone could tell me how they would have reacted to the situation. Ya' know, teach me. So, there I was with a bud, just killing monsters, and a player, whose name I will not reveal, comes along and begins to do the same. He was blue named, and I began to grow comfy with his presence. Suddenly though, out of know where he slays my buddy. Now, as the battle was underway, which lasted about under 4 or 5 seconds I was in total shock and in a panic simply tried to invis' my pal. Well, to no avail. He was slain and "dry looted". The killer didn't even seem at all worried about me standing near feet from him while he looted through my buds stuff. Now, at this point, if I had attacked, I would have surely died in one or two whacks. Well, is it the honorable thing to die in battle? Or be intelligent enough to know when your beat? If you had been the ghost standing there and a newbie friend of yours was standing there, with little to no chance of avenging your death, would you still like to see him try? Ya' know, the honor thing? Or would you just prefer him to beat a hasty retreat? Looking for feedback, what do you feel I should have done? What would you have done?