adoomgod wrote:Somebody could hack a perfectly legit looking lvl 100.
amb2010 wrote:Even after that if you're paranoid, play with friends. That way if they hack you can smack em in the face.
adoomgod wrote:1. Somebody could hack a perfectly legit looking lvl 100.
2. Classes aren't balanced for pvp so one class will probably come out as strongest pvper.
3. If it makes you feel better, I requested an "inspect player" feature in my thread on beta feedback.
The game isn't secure and thus pvp isn't really a priority. I agree with what you want though, if not for the same reason.
I just think an inspect player feature is fun.
DarkTails wrote:What are you so worried about? It's pretty obvious when someone has overpowered equipment, just kick them out. If you're suspicious of someone, just kick them out. They can't steal your items. You're not battling against each other. What's the problem?
paralleluniverse wrote:Asking for an inspect option isn't asking for a lot. And it's useful more generally than just the case the OP brought up. Sometimes you want to check out what others are wearing, in a simple and hassle-free way.
Deadnoob wrote:paralleluniverse wrote:Asking for an inspect option isn't asking for a lot. And it's useful more generally than just the case the OP brought up. Sometimes you want to check out what others are wearing, in a simple and hassle-free way.
No offense, parallel, but is it really all that complicated or that much of a hassle to ask?
Personally, I view the matter similarly to Zidders. For me it's simply a matter of basic etiquette. If you want to know something about me or my character, ask me. I'm likely in the minority, but that's how I've always viewed the matter of /inspect, even in MMOs.
Arlian wrote:It could be fun to see how they're building. But if they're friends; seeking advice from them per their build may be a case of blind-leading-the-blind. I'd check their gear more to see how I could improve them and less how I could improve myself.
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