Don't know how you guys are still finding my old topic, but stop please. <333

#11killbot357Posted 11/29/2012 3:32:44 PM
Azrael0206 posted...
killbot357 posted...
weird it's almost as if duping leads to people feeling entitled to everything in the game while giving nothing in return


No.

you're doing it wrong snake
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#12VMEssierPosted 11/29/2012 3:56:16 PM
The problem is folks don't seem to pay attention to when a post is put up. I still receive requests from folks to play co op fusion frenzy 2. They'll reference a post I put on the boards here back in '08. You wind up having to decide if you want to play with folks, or help them out, and run the risk of random requests going on forever. Really all you can do at this point is make liberal use of the delete button....
#13Dark_Lord_Darek(Topic Creator)Posted 12/2/2012 8:46:57 PM
Bumping this since I got 2 more messages today.
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#14charon78auPosted 12/2/2012 9:11:51 PM
I know this feel.
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#15PanopictonguyPosted 12/3/2012 12:35:53 AM
killbot357 posted...
weird it's almost as if duping leads to people feeling entitled to everything in the game while giving nothing in return


Dark_Lord_Darek posted...

Yeah, it does. I have no problems with that, if they restrain their entitlement to times when people are actually offering it. Not 2 months later after I had dropped the game in favor of XCom: EU or Halo or COD. lol

Also, triple-posted, went to fix it and remembered it still shows that I triple-posted. I feel bad now. :(


They paid their $60 for the game. You owe them all the loot in the game and they can message you as much as they wasn't until you give then what they are entitled to.
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#16PremiumVenturePosted 12/3/2012 12:40:09 AM
That's been happening to me lately since I offered people an infinity set they were looking for. For a few days I'd be getting random friend requests with no message, and just random messages asking for the pistols. Granted, they were very polite, but I'm not always playing Borderlands 2.
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#17MosebysRangersPosted 12/3/2012 5:57:03 AM
Azrael0206 posted...
killbot357 posted...
weird it's almost as if duping leads to people feeling entitled to everything in the game while giving nothing in return


No.


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This. No piggybacking is not uncommon on boards in games of these types including trading and PLing. It is a risk unfortunately one takes when they offer assistance. However to TC is there any way you can remove your original post?

Also to other posters please respect this person's request.
#18GujinKamiPosted 12/3/2012 5:58:41 AM
I know that feel.
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#19TheD1ddlerPosted 12/3/2012 1:28:02 PM
Yeah its pretty annoying to constantly get msgs from random people asking for dupes. I gave a few modded shields to someone and they literally can't understand that you have to store it in the bank I told them that multiple times and I ended up giving the same shields to him 4 times and he just msged me the other day asking for it again wow I was like block comms with this guy lol but that is the bane of being a generous guy. The fact you posted an offer with your GT is all anyone pays attention to. That and google might be linking to your post who knows? I feel for you tho bro hopefully people will leave you alone
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