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#1 Dec 09 2010 at 2:10 AM Rating: Good
I was in Nanawa Mines pl my alt character.I noticed a person following me and a minute later i get the tell.
{Party can i have it} i answered back not partying just leveling alt.Where as he responded i know ill pay you
100k to join.I said no thanks,but he couldn't take no for an answer.Began questioning if i have lost my mind.
Then came the tell {Black List you can have this}.

Normally i would have been inclined to help the guy out.But i didn't know how long i wanted to continue and
didn't want to feel obligated to stay and if i would have took his gil i would have been forced to stay awhile.
So any of you ever been Blisted for a weird reason?
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#2 Dec 09 2010 at 2:13 AM Rating: Good
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your better off anyways, not sure if you want to talk to someone like that.
#3 Dec 09 2010 at 2:13 AM Rating: Good
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It's his loss. He just lost out on access to a R47 weaver.


There was this guy I partied with once. He started messaging me really creepy things like "You are the most beautiful miqo'te I have ever met" and "*kisses your hand*", and despite my weirded out emotes and basically ignoring half his messages, he didn't get the point. After a while, I started copy pasting the stuff he said into linkshell chat.

Needless to say, after around the third day, one of my linkshell mates said, "Stop harassing Shino". Then he whispered my linkshell mates telling him, "You actually believe that crazy emo *****?", followed by many messages to me calling me a liar, unstable, and uncourtous ignorant american. Then he blacklisted me, four times apparently.
#4 Dec 09 2010 at 2:14 AM Rating: Decent
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Blacklist is funny!
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#5 Dec 09 2010 at 2:15 AM Rating: Decent
Havent been blisted yet in FFXIV but i have blisted a few RMT shouters in limsa during the first month.

also Blisted a few ppl who would come on game just to complain abt the game
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#6 Dec 09 2010 at 2:18 AM Rating: Excellent
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I tried blacklisting myself once.

I don't know if it worked, but the voices stopped.
#7 Dec 09 2010 at 2:20 AM Rating: Decent
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The One and Only FinalFanXIV wrote:
Havent been blisted yet in FFXIV but i have blisted a few RMT shouters in limsa during the first month.

also Blisted a few ppl who would come on game just to complain abt the game


Kinda like this one time where someone was mass spamming shout in Ul'Dah "*** this game, someone call a GM to get me banned I won't stop spam!". Something like that XD

Never seen that before, it was funny. I had to blacklist him so I can read chat unfortunately XD If I was a GM I would of tried to get him free FFXIV for life, now that would be really funny!
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#8 Dec 09 2010 at 2:24 AM Rating: Decent
Aurelius wrote:
I tried blacklisting myself once.

I don't know if it worked, but the voices stopped.


Ahh i believe thats called Haldol
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#9 Dec 09 2010 at 3:07 AM Rating: Good
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For me I would blacklist that guys first...
yea the world is full of weird person...
But my dad always tell me "if suddenly a dog bark at you would you bark back to it?"
that would make me feel much better and getting less annoyed.. ^^
hope that it helps.

I should not have been blacklisited as I aware though..hum...

Edited, Dec 9th 2010 1:15am by timmyofalex
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#10 Dec 09 2010 at 4:52 AM Rating: Default
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Meowshi wrote:
There was this guy I partied with once. He started messaging me really creepy things like "You are the most beautiful miqo'te I have ever met" and "*kisses your hand*

Making fun of Shino is a LS exclusive right!
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LyleVertigo wrote:
The One and Only FinalFanXIV wrote:
Havent been blisted yet in FFXIV but i have blisted a few RMT shouters in limsa during the first month.

also Blisted a few ppl who would come on game just to complain abt the game


Kinda like this one time where someone was mass spamming shout in Ul'Dah "*** this game, someone call a GM to get me banned I won't stop spam!". Something like that XD

Never seen that before, it was funny. I had to blacklist him so I can read chat unfortunately XD If I was a GM I would of tried to get him free FFXIV for life, now that would be really funny!



It wouldn't happen to have been Huchi Buchi (or Buchi Huchi, I forget which) would it? He kept shouting obscene things and rambling about RMT, as well as accusing random people of RMT and the like, when they stopped to ask him what he was shouting about. I encountered him on my second day. Sad that the first person I added was to the blacklist, not friend list. :/

I did encounter a great linkshell a few days later though! Go Vile! ^^/

Edited, Dec 9th 2010 7:54am by PsionCrystalis
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#12 Dec 09 2010 at 7:31 AM Rating: Default
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PsionCrystalis wrote:
LyleVertigo wrote:
The One and Only FinalFanXIV wrote:
Havent been blisted yet in FFXIV but i have blisted a few RMT shouters in limsa during the first month.

also Blisted a few ppl who would come on game just to complain abt the game


Kinda like this one time where someone was mass spamming shout in Ul'Dah "*** this game, someone call a GM to get me banned I won't stop spam!". Something like that XD

Never seen that before, it was funny. I had to blacklist him so I can read chat unfortunately XD If I was a GM I would of tried to get him free FFXIV for life, now that would be really funny!



It wouldn't happen to have been Huchi Buchi (or Buchi Huchi, I forget which) would it? He kept shouting obscene things and rambling about RMT, as well as accusing random people of RMT and the like, when they stopped to ask him what he was shouting about. I encountered him on my second day. Sad that the first person I added was to the blacklist, not friend list. :/

I did encounter a great linkshell a few days later though! Go Vile! ^^/

Edited, Dec 9th 2010 7:54am by PsionCrystalis


No idea, but people can be such drama queens XD
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#13 Dec 09 2010 at 7:39 AM Rating: Good
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timmyofalex wrote:
For me I would blacklist that guys first...
yea the world is full of weird person...
But my dad always tell me "if suddenly a dog bark at you would you bark back to it?"
that would make me feel much better and getting less annoyed.. ^^
hope that it helps.
Edited, Dec 9th 2010 1:15am by timmyofalex


I actually bark back at the dogs since its funny to see them look at me like "what the heck?" and then they start barking again.

I guess that makes me a weird person =p


Edited, Dec 9th 2010 7:39am by Uryuu
#14 Dec 09 2010 at 9:06 AM Rating: Excellent
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I never blacklist anyone. Anyone dumb enough to be worth blacklisting is funnier to listen to than ignore, typically.

With that said, if someone is blacklisting you, then either you were a jerk and you deserve it (not the case here) or they're a jerk and you're better off without them anyway (the case here).
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#15 Dec 09 2010 at 9:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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Back when I first started, there was a crafter in one of the rank 1 camps. He would say very obscene things to all the female characters. It got to the point where I couldn't stand to read it anymore. It wasn't till I read this thread that reminded me that I had him blisted. I'll have to go back now and see who it is and remove him from the list.
#16 Dec 09 2010 at 11:51 AM Rating: Decent
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Grand Master Tailor SsXTricKeY wrote:
I was in Nanawa Mines pl my alt character.I noticed a person following me and a minute later i get the tell.
{Party can i have it} i answered back not partying just leveling alt.Where as he responded i know ill pay you
100k to join.I said no thanks,but he couldn't take no for an answer.Began questioning if i have lost my mind.
Then came the tell {Black List you can have this}.

Normally i would have been inclined to help the guy out.But i didn't know how long i wanted to continue and
didn't want to feel obligated to stay and if i would have took his gil i would have been forced to stay awhile.
So any of you ever been Blisted for a weird reason?



I'm not really following your short-hand, so you were power leveling a second character by dual boxing with your primary? Whatever the case, if the guy was in the level range for "bonus", why would you not have just invited him? He was probably trying to avoid camping on top of you and competing for kills. If you didn't plan on staying long, you should have just said you intended to leave shortly. If he was out of range, you should have told him he would nerf your SP. Honestly, it seems to me you were probably the bigger A-hole in this exchange because (as you've presented it) you couldn't even be bothered to give any kind of excuse or reason. I don't really have a lot of experience with duoing, but I'm guessing you would have only lost like 5 or 10 SP a kill and almost doubled your kill speed by inviting the guy.


Edited, Dec 9th 2010 12:54pm by Furia
#17 Dec 09 2010 at 12:52 PM Rating: Excellent
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Furia wrote:
Grand Master Tailor SsXTricKeY wrote:
I was in Nanawa Mines pl my alt character.I noticed a person following me and a minute later i get the tell.
{Party can i have it} i answered back not partying just leveling alt.Where as he responded i know ill pay you
100k to join.I said no thanks,but he couldn't take no for an answer.Began questioning if i have lost my mind.
Then came the tell {Black List you can have this}.

Normally i would have been inclined to help the guy out.But i didn't know how long i wanted to continue and
didn't want to feel obligated to stay and if i would have took his gil i would have been forced to stay awhile.
So any of you ever been Blisted for a weird reason?



I'm not really following your short-hand, so you were power leveling a second character by dual boxing with your primary? Whatever the case, if the guy was in the level range for "bonus", why would you not have just invited him? He was probably trying to avoid camping on top of you and competing for kills. If you didn't plan on staying long, you should have just said you intended to leave shortly. If he was out of range, you should have told him he would nerf your SP. Honestly, it seems to me you were probably the bigger A-hole in this exchange because (as you've presented it) you couldn't even be bothered to give any kind of excuse or reason. I don't really have a lot of experience with duoing, but I'm guessing you would have only lost like 5 or 10 SP a kill and almost doubled your kill speed by inviting the guy.


Edited, Dec 9th 2010 12:54pm by Furia


Thing is, OP had a right inherent in his situation (being asked to team up) to say no. The other guy had no inherent right to join. Knowing that someone is doing something doesn't give him the right to take part in it (regardless of whether his contribution would be positive or not). Aside from that, if the other guy was trying to be mutualistic, he would have used his words to tell OP that like an intelligent human being. Instead he did the standard childish "Blacklist. You can have this." response. To me that looks like he was just another whiner who was bitter that he didn't get what he wanted.
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#18 Dec 09 2010 at 1:18 PM Rating: Decent
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Kaelia88 wrote:
Thing is, OP had a right inherent in his situation (being asked to team up) to say no. The other guy had no inherent right to join. Knowing that someone is doing something doesn't give him the right to take part in it (regardless of whether his contribution would be positive or not). Aside from that, if the other guy was trying to be mutualistic, he would have used his words to tell OP that like an intelligent human being. Instead he did the standard childish "Blacklist. You can have this." response. To me that looks like he was just another whiner who was bitter that he didn't get what he wanted.


Has nothing to do with rights and everything to do with common courtesy. The OP suggests the "Blacklister" was at least civil for the first exchange or two, and only became "childish" when (as it's presented) he was given the cold shoulder and offered no reason or excuse. Obviously we're only hearing one side of the story, and I fully expect the OP to come back filling the holes in his favor to paint himself the Good Guy. These were important distinctions to make in the story though, so I'm not sure I'd buy them at this point.
#19 Dec 09 2010 at 1:28 PM Rating: Good
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Furia wrote:
Grand Master Tailor SsXTricKeY wrote:
I was in Nanawa Mines pl my alt character.I noticed a person following me and a minute later i get the tell.
{Party can i have it} i answered back not partying just leveling alt.Where as he responded i know ill pay you
100k to join.I said no thanks,but he couldn't take no for an answer.Began questioning if i have lost my mind.
Then came the tell {Black List you can have this}.

Normally i would have been inclined to help the guy out.But i didn't know how long i wanted to continue and
didn't want to feel obligated to stay and if i would have took his gil i would have been forced to stay awhile.
So any of you ever been Blisted for a weird reason?



I'm not really following your short-hand, so you were power leveling a second character by dual boxing with your primary? Whatever the case, if the guy was in the level range for "bonus", why would you not have just invited him? He was probably trying to avoid camping on top of you and competing for kills. If you didn't plan on staying long, you should have just said you intended to leave shortly. If he was out of range, you should have told him he would nerf your SP. Honestly, it seems to me you were probably the bigger A-hole in this exchange because (as you've presented it) you couldn't even be bothered to give any kind of excuse or reason. I don't really have a lot of experience with duoing, but I'm guessing you would have only lost like 5 or 10 SP a kill and almost doubled your kill speed by inviting the guy.


Edited, Dec 9th 2010 12:54pm by Furia



This is the same BS that is getting people so worked up over repairs too.

Just because he "can" help, doesnt mean he "needs to" help

he has no obligation to help the guy level, especialy given the circumstances.

5-10 SP per kill does add up over time you know. kill 100 mobs, oh look now im down 1000 SP from where i could have been if the other guy wasnt here.....and his help wasnt needed to begin with etc etc.
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#20 Dec 09 2010 at 1:53 PM Rating: Good
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Furia,

I understand what you're saying, but it's also considered common courtesy to politely accept when you've been told no. Rights actually have quite a bit to do with it, because forcing yourself into a situation when you have no right to do so is showing a lack of common courtesy. The two concepts are intertwined, as common courtesy tends to be determined by the rights of the individuals involved. The OP did tell him he wanted to play alone, and you're right that his response could have been made more polite by giving a specific reason, but I still consider the other guy's actions more offensive. At least according to the OP's version of the story, since the other guy apparently resorted to insults. Could there be another side to it? For sure, but until the other guy comes here and tells us (which isn't likely), we don't know anything about it. I'm inclined to believe the OP, simply because I've seen the same situation lots of times before. People love to feel entitled, even when they're unjustified. I'm not saying your assessment is completely wrong, but it takes a much larger leap of faith to argue for information we don't have than to argue for information that we have (and assume some degree of bias).

Edited, Dec 9th 2010 2:56pm by Kaelia88
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#21 Dec 09 2010 at 4:42 PM Rating: Good
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I haven't seen any crazy people blacklisting people for no good reason as of yet anyway. I'm really surprised at what that guy did, although I shouldn't be - People are nuts sometimes! :)
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#22 Dec 09 2010 at 5:42 PM Rating: Decent
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I haven't been blacklisted in FF, but I was blacklisted by someone who ninja'd my gear that I won the roll on in WoW. Nothing was more infuriating at the time.
#23 Dec 09 2010 at 6:10 PM Rating: Default
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Noob here.

How *would* one know if they were being blacklisted? In the OP's case, the individual apparently told him(her?).

For all I know, I could be blacklisted for my emote spam (pre /em motion) that one day in the Golden Bazaar! No one ever told me they did.... (I thought I was alone, I swear! .....a bit like getting caught dancing around naked in your living room singing into a hairbrush.) XD
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