Pankoki - 5/24/2005 12:56 PM First of all you need to calm down and breath. After you are calm count to 10 and realize that this is a game. Now to answer your question, Bioware has major invisibility bugs and sometimes when a creature is fixed to you it follows you after casting Gsanc or Invisibility. It has happened tons of times before. The XP loss was probably because you had died before within the hour and the death system took over. To automatically assume it was a DM when none have logged in the game for over 6 hours is just plain silly. Take it easy man.
Leanthar - 5/24/2005 12:59 PM First and foremost, calm down. If you come to the forums and vent and scream we are not very receptive. If you send a PM or post calmly things will go a lot further. I will speak to the team to see if anybody was on but I don't see any GM's on. Send me the screen shot, email address of firstname.lastname@example.org or attach it to this thread if it is not too large. Also, sometimes invisibility does not work properly and things can see through it (bioware issue). As well, you do not lose xp on the first death so that means you had died more than once in the past few minutes (before that death that caused the xp loss). I am not happy with the way you posted that, nice to see you are putting the blame instantly on "nonsense". Calm down.
Leanthar - 6/9/2005 6:13 AM It sounds like the creatures followed you through a zone and were marked by the clean up script (not all creatures are handled this way--just encounter creatures--not camp type creatures). In a certain amount of time we remove the creatures that are left over. We do this for a number of reasons. #1 we don't want creatures trained to other areas of the world, including towns when it can be helped. #2 we want encounters to fire for players, if those creatures were still alive in another zone then the real encounter would never fire for the correct area. The GM's are not punishing anybody for anything, and most assuredly not for solo players. Why are you so quick to assume that? Besides... most of the time (when a GM does limbo a creature) we are trying help people, not harm them.
cptoad - 6/9/2005 12:17 PMoh goodness 8k is that all *chuckles* Graypeaks eh.. best have a few fighters there with ya, and a healer. i hear those giants eat lone mages. but really it's a game,have fun and for goodness sakes take a party there.G