I worry about the state of the world when in a game, people have forgotten common courtesy. Take this Tokuno Treasure event currently. There I was, happily slashing my way through monsters in the Dojo when along came Barraslayer. Much to my trammie dismay (not forgetting he had an entire dungeon to himself except for the part I was in) he proceeded to hack and slash away in the very same room I was in. Before I knew it, 2 more OPK had come my way - to no doubt prove themselves worthy of the title of player killers because it took three of them to kill the same spawn that only took little old me. How proud OPK must be that you fell for the ''oh no a girl has stolen my spawn'' to come running to your fellow guild members defence. Not to mention the fact you are obviously unskilled and incapable of killing the monsters in the rest of the Dojo. Oh yes, i hear you say another trammie whinging. Well, when it takes three oh so superbad pks to kill the same spawn one trammie can kill - I must confess, I worry. What happened to moving on and finding somewhere else to hunt? Whilst I understand no one can dictate who can hunt where - it is common courtesy to move on. This is really the crux of the matter of why PvM and PvP will continue to disagree. Because the PvPs simply cannot respect the PvM difference and our right to play the game as we see fit - and pay to do. The reason PvPs have such a bad name, is because of the bad attitude you all get when you are actually in safe lands - where you can't be killed. I am actually curious as to how many of you go to Felucca considering I never see you there and I spend a lot of time there. (shock, horror, some of us trammies even live there!) Now, in this time I have spent in the Dojo, I have seen other trammies walk past when they see others killing the spawn in a particular area. This is courteous and polite behaviour. I believe I have already made mention of what the PvPs do.