Most sticky situations involving etiquette crop up during grouping with other players, but sometimes you'll run into questionable territory out in the world at large.
| ||Hey, I needed that! |
Suddenly, a level 70 mage roars through the area, AoEing every pig he sees, rounding them all up in a pile so he can level up his skinning. A few seconds later, I'm left with nothing to farm.
| ||Strangling Stranglethorn fishing tourney contestants |
The weekly fishing contest seems to be a no-holds-barred match, with people fishing wherever they can, whether or not you claimed the spot first.
| ||Some disenchanted evening |
Insider Trader takes a look at an issue that's left many an enchanter completely scratching his head: who disenchants items nobody needs during an instance run – and who gets to keep the results?
| ||Gatherers behaving badly |
It's worth noting right off the bat that attitudes about farming etiquette vary from PvE to PvP servers, and even from server to server on the same server types.
| ||Tipping and social networking |
By nature, tipping is a controversial topic, even in a virtual world. There are only loosely defined guidelines, the gesture is optional (or is it?), and it is all about communicating and exchanging with politeness and respect.