[quote=“hattieinduni, post:12, topic:1281924”]
I completely get where you’re coming from though. Spamming rockets at everything that moves can be fun but not in multiplayer. I sometimes use it for emergencies.
[/quote]That’s the sole reason I use ETRLs – FFYL, or if we’re being overrun with nigh-unkillables; otherwise, I stick to non-ETRLs to avoid freezing. Like I said somewhere, I advised a friend to not spam the Norfleet in online because the game can’t handle how awesome it is. (Joking, yes…mostly.)
I didn’t want to seem like I was pushing it, but now that it’s come up, @Prismatic might clarify if that’s a total ban on ETRLs in his session, or allowance only for emergencies; being overzealous with it, of course, is totally out.
[quote=“Prismatic_Me, post:7, topic:1281924”]The other bug is I find most players wear a bee shield for everything. Raiding and the peak sure but you don’t need a bee shield for bloodshot. I sometimes even see Salvador’s rocking a bee shield![/quote]Huh, I wear a Sham for everything. Partly for Shamfleet, but mostly for (trying) to eat everything that gets thrown at me. Considering the hosts I join usually travel to places with a high human population, it works…usually.
[quote=“hattieinduni, post:15, topic:1281924, full:true”]Actually what irks me most isn’t playstyles, it’s when people jump into your game when there’s obviously no match. Yesterday someone joined me 60 Gaige with a 65 and it screwed things up - struggle to kill anything and irrelevant weapon drops. I also get annoyed with 72 and OP8s who ‘help’ new players by diving into their first game and destroying everything. I have a friend who was put off borderlands for life by that experience in her first session - tragedy![/quote]Level-spiking…
Hated it very much</font color> when I was at a numbered-level [=72 or lower]. Folks would jump in with 72s or OPs, and make things nigh-unkillable. The worst one I can remember was running Bloodshot Stronghold with a bunch of 50~60-somethings, and some 72(+) comes in. It takes awhile before I notice that enemies are becoming harder to kill. It finally hits when we enter the open area after Mike’s checkpoint, and run head-on into a Lv71 (IIRC) Shield Nomad who seems to be gaining health from eating our bullets, and one-shots us before we can turn to run.