Note -- per the rules of the board, I am not going to make mention of the real handles of those involved. So on Saturday I'm roaming around Ilsh, and come upon the Humility Spawn. It's already up to the Champ, Semidar. So I start plinking away, and get a pretty icy welcome. First of all, the first fellow, let's call him ******, starts accusing me of scripting because -- get this -- he says I have shown up at this spawn three times in the past two days. Then he proceeds to call me every name in the book and accusing me of about every form of cheating there is (illegal template, speedhacking). So I tell him to knock it off, and when he doesn't, I just page for harrassment and put him on ignore. Then another person in the group (let's call him Angry) starts to chew me (and another forumite on this board, who I wont name here either, but someone who I know is a stand-up player who happened to join the battle late) out. Not nearly as venomously, but he still was upset. Talking it out with him, I found his beef was that we crashed the spawn they were working, and therefore were entitled to all of the spoils. To be fair, I can see his point. I suppose working up a spawn in a group of 3-4 is a great deal of work, and yes, someone crashing in at the last minute to fight the champion probably isn't fair if Johnny-come-latelys happen to get the item drop. But to counter, people have crashed my spawns all the time. Believe it or not, I'm usually happy to see them because I'm probably not going to be able to finish off the Champ by my lonesome. I really don't give it a second thought. And there's been PLENTY of times I did most of the work on a spawn and then people popped in. And to go further, I hate to pull the old chestnut out, but I think it's appropriate here -- don't like it, go to Fel. If you work in a non-PvP facet, you have absolutely no right to claim something as yours. Especially when there are only like 3 of these spawns to work. And of course, in my opinion, the bottom line of all of this crap was really The Dog In The Manger. Mine mine mine mine, gimme gimme gimme, you don't get any. Don't horn in on my profiteering. Anyhow, I'd like to hear other folks opinion on this. Were we in the wrong here? If a Champ is up, should you stand down entirely until the other group finishes up, or at the least ask permission? PS: If you were a party to this event and are commenting on it, please don't use anyone else's name (other than mine) in this thread.