... Cause everybody runs away once they see you.
In this special world, that is splinter cell multiplayer, there seems to be some special common behaivour among players.
You only loose once to a better player, and you leave the game.... Or as i like to say. "Pwn them and they leave."
About 90% of all the games i play, has my oppenments leaving my server. If not midgame, then right after it ends. What's up with that?
Is it because players consider my skills so good, that i must be cheating?
Let's take a few examples.
Just today, over the last hour i joined two games to play.
First game had me as a Merc, litterarly slaughering some Dutch players in hospital... Right after the game was over, i got a message from punkbuster telling me i was permantly banned from the server.
Okay... so that is one way of getting rid of the competition.
Next up, i was playing against two "DM"(Deathmatch, as in kill the mercs, avoid the objectives) spies. First round in hospital i was not expecting such an aggresiv behavoir, so me and my partner quickly got our necks broken.
Next round in deftech... i was prepared...
They still went right ahead with shooting, and using cameras to get close... But i was jumping around like a mad, and always had my back so safe, which meant they never got me choked... After having killed them around 6 times, they returned to the lobby and asked me to leave, cause i was impossible to grab for them... 30 secs later i got kicked out, while they were laughing over the mic...
Being a veteran Thievery Ut player i KNOW how to deal with dm'ers, i KNOW how to listen after sounds, i KNOW exactly where spies would be hiding and lastly i KNOW where to place traps so spies will run head first into them...
All these years old skills are apperently to much for most people.
But is the way people are dealing with the problem the right way? Shouldn't we be taking up the challenge and proving the skilled players, that they are not as good as they might think they are?...
And do tell me i'm not the only one who is experiencing this kind of behaviuor.