Is there any honor left? Pardon me, but I am personally frustrated at how many people are completely dishonorable in games. Too often do I see things that others do as if it were as natural at breathing that not only takes away fun from the game, but also screws people over in the process. I don't know about you guys or how you feel, but this is my personal pledge to my fellow D2 players on how I will ensure the best gaming experience. If you are even in a game with me: No, I won't take your gold if you get killed. No, I won't call you a noob when you ask what something means when you have only been playing for a week. No, I won't hostile you while your baaling/cowing and then come agter you, and take your gold. No, I won't kill your naked character as you come back for your body after a duel. Yes, I will pick up your gold when you die, only to hand it directly to you when you get there to ensure no one else takes it. No I will not swipe your items from you if you need to transfer something real quick, no matter how godly the items may be. In fact, I'll be happy to hold them while you x fer so no one else takes it, and add you so I may return your items should you be hit with a realm down. Yes, I will let you have a drop if I have no use for it. No I won't ask you to enter my trade window only to show you some godly item I have and rub it in your face. Yes, I will open a portal near your body should you be slain. Yes, I will give you mana pots if you run out. I carry a stock of them for that purpose in every cow game and chaos run. And no, I will not run around aimlessly in town with a large text box over my head with something obscure inside of it. That's my rant, it had to come out. I wish people in the realms would actually work as a team more, because when you are in a party of people, you're a team. I guess I get into the game more than others do, but still, there is no reason for anything listed above to make the experience a bad one for anyone or any reason. Just a though.