I have decided to quit EQ. Day Break has made such a toxic environment when they changed the rules of Kill Stealing. Use to be if you hit a mob first it was yours. Now there is no fair-play gaming experience left. According to Day Break its who ever does the most DPS. Well thats all fine and good, but some explain to me how a level 45 can even compete with a 65. The server Aradune is awful for KSing, and when I reported it, this is the response I got from Day Break. I sent them screen shots of the player that was KSing me , telling me go for the mob , but dont expect me not to KS you. If this isn't harassment , and toxic behavior than what is? The player also informed me that Cobalt Scar was being camped by them.If camp is not recognized by Daybreak games as it upholds an unrealistic standard on the definition of fair-play gaming experience, is telling a level 51 that they have to compete with a level 65s DPS a realistic standard on the definition of fair-play gaming experience fair when it come to killing and looting mobs ? Thats not realistic to fair- play to me at all. I paid like everyone else , and should be able to go into zones with the expectation that I won't be harassed by toxic players. Several zones have became very toxic with Day Breaks new policy of kill stealing being OK. Game Master (Daybreak Games) May 16, 2021, 6:22 AM PDT Greetings Adventurer I wanted to get back to you involving your incident related to a "kill-steal" today. Unfortunately, this is not a violation of the Rules of Conduct. Please feel free to contest any NPC in any zone of EverQuest as we already have a built-in system for determining loot rights. The player who does the most DPS to the enemy during the course of its engagement will receive the loot rights to the corpse. The community-term, 'Camps', is not recognized by Daybreak games as it upholds an unrealistic standard on the definition of fair-play gaming experience. Please feel free to intervene all NPC's you desire to kill and loot, even if other players waiting for an enemy to spawn. The loot rights to the corpse will be awarded to the player who delivered the most damage per second to the enemy. "There will be no first in force or engage rules arbitrated or enforced by a Game Master or Guide on any server. We believe players can resolve disputes about camps and raid bosses between each other. Game Masters and Guides will not help negotiate these disputes between players and guilds." [EQ] Rules of Conduct What are the EverQuest Rules of Conduct?