Excuse me while I take a moment to rant. I've been playing a lot of Trailblaster Buzz lately, and enjoying her extended range T.E.D.D.Y. Naturally, I'll build up 1-2 stairs, then add a platform to give the T.E.D.D.Y. a nice view of the objective. Also, great spot to snipe from. Love me some headshots.
Lately, in about half the games, I'll have some little jerk edit the lowest stair, collapsing the whole thing. This last happened in Twine PL94-4. Usually I'll turn around wondering why on earth I just fell 3-4 tiles to find them standing on the objective dancing. Even worse, some of these jerks will then proceed to follow me around, dropping launch pads under me or boxing me in. Again, I can see this behavior in Stonewood, but I'm talking about late Twine. Oh, did I mention that this is during the defense? During mist monster waves??? I'm trying to win us some XP here, stop screwing with me while I'm defending the objective.
Needless to say, these individuals usually have the lowest combat score. Props for not being AFK, I guess? I'd prefer that over this behavior, honestly.
Why on earth do people get off on editing floors or launching people off the map during a defense? I thought I'd be clever and put down traps on my platform to avoid editing, but no, they either pickax it or just run up and box me in. Incredibly lame and frustrating. After it happened for the 4th time yesterday, I rage quit. I reached my limit.
I've been reporting these people for "harassment" but doubtful that does anything.
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