When I used to trash my Kaladim faction by quadding guards, I'd fix it by turning in belts. But rather than pharming them myself I'd pay low level players as much as 4pp per belt/pad to pharm them for me. I always remember this dark elf shadowknight who went to town doing this bringing me multiple 8-slot backpacks full of the items. This was win-win all around and I felt within the spirit of the game since entrepreneurship of this sort has always been consistent with fair play in EQ.
I read this and immediately thought of a ton of experiences I had "back then"... so rather than mess up another thread I thought I'd start another. I'm sure it isn't the first but this is 2018 so...
I was doing faction on a dark elf in butcherblock by killing goblins. Trouble was I couldn't buy food and water without taking the boat back to Freeport. I was able to get friends to drop off food in BB at my goblin camp, something that today would be totally ridiculous.
When I was playing a DE in Guk, I was KOS. But my alt wood elf was just dubious to (live) mobs in lower. I would load up my druid with food and water and go to lower guk and then sell food/water to people camping there and they would always give me fine steel weapons to go sell for profit.
I seriously miss this kind of player interaction.
Edited, Feb 25th 2018 10:38pm by Taninger