To be honest, I've hit people multiple times on many occasions, albeit not low level players as my guild never comes into contact with them in gvg. I do it to build up my BP, propel my guild forward and earn some pence for enhancements. Or to create consequence for those farming our lower level members. Humitas aren't terribly useful to me as I'm such an old player. I've also accumulated a few hundred losses as they have absolutely zero impact on the game, so they don't matter to me.
Because there is a battle royale event going on, yes people are going to hit others a lot, and repeatedly, for a chance to win the card. It's to be expected. They likely made that guild in order to compete in the event.
I understand that I'll be hit most of the time since attacking me gives the most brawl points. I'll be honest and admit that I was playing the act of "meat shield" for my guild, since I can just tank all the hits and my guild can focus on attacking instead of panicking about people spamming them.
I admire your reasoning, Gears, because that's exactly what I did in an MMORPG game called "Mabinogi", where me and several other players would harass the living daylights out of PvP spammers, to discourage any form of abuse; many online games depend highly on the attitude of the highest leveled players, and I'm glad that PM has someone like you being its "guardian".
Towards GMZoser, I sincerely appreciate your reply despite the fact that you are already busy from creating new events for the playerbase. It is your efforts on the forums that works to keep me playing and spending on this game, and I apologize for my previous posts sounding very hostile.
As a final note, please let me say the following:
You win some, you lose some.
You might win big, but more often than not, you lose big.
That's the game of life, and everyone plays it...
So I don't complain until someone starts to rig (as in, cheat).
Yes, I know this is a crappy rhyme XD