How to define a "steal" of killing?

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Re: How to define a "steal" of killing?

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That is a good fix. I’m getting more gems now thanks to this fix. Before I do most damage but rarely get anything.

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Re: How to define a "steal" of killing?

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Glad you like it :)

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Re: How to define a "steal" of killing?

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I've experienced it a lot. And the Coop. (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻

When I was hunting, the wolf watched from the sidelines.
With only one last shot left, he suddenly attacked the target using his jumping claws.
In doing so, he easily increased the number of wolves killed in PVP, and easily gained experience in Coop.

I meet this type of wolf quite often in Coop and PVP. Sometimes there were wolves who followed and acted like this.

It's an act I really don't like.<(`^´)>

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Re: How to define a "steal" of killing?

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(❁´▽`❁)*✲゚* wrote:
Tue Apr 20, 2021 11:15 pm
I've experienced it a lot. And the Coop. (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻

When I was hunting, the wolf watched from the sidelines.
With only one last shot left, he suddenly attacked the target using his jumping claws.
In doing so, he easily increased the number of wolves killed in PVP, and easily gained experience in Coop.

I meet this type of wolf quite often in Coop and PVP. Sometimes there were wolves who followed and acted like this.

It's an act I really don't like.<(`^´)>
This kind of player can be annoying

- Speed boost
- Leave game
- Ask them to stop
- Kill small animals so they can't steal from you. Most time they get bored
Dragon is yes

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