Ok, so in this newest wave of arguing among ourselves about various game mechanics( + 💣), one phrase I've heard commonly in a negative connotation is "runners." Apparently, some people have strong feelings about running.
Let me get a few things straight:
-There is nothing wrong with attempting to disengage from combat in most scenarios. Since getting as many bones as possible is the entire point of the game (unless you're playing CTF or actually playing the objective on Forts), and since you lose all your bones when you die, it makes perfect sense to try to survive under all circumstances. If this means running from a fight that you know you're going to lose, so be it.
-People who accuse you of 'running' are lazy and bitter. They complain because they want your bones but don't feel like having to work for them.
-"honor" means nothing. Don't let someone talk you into fighting to the death if you want to keep your bones. If you're losing a fight badly, why stay and pay the price?
To make it worse, the people who complain about runners are the same people who complain about being outnumbered. They rush into a group of enemies all alone and die, then complain that it isn't fair. Then, when they outnumber an opponent and the opponent is smart enough to get the hell out of dodge, they complain about people running away.
Conclusion: Don't be butthurt when people play smarter than you, and don't be ashamed to play smarter than the butthurts.
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