The Sniper, PKing.
It’s when a player kills another player.
In the Earth World Online game, PK is allowed as a system.
However, there are many players who dislike PKing. There are probably more players in this game who have not been involved in PKing. Maybe it’s just the ‘Japanese way of thinking’.
Anyway, I still don’t know.
You can earn skill points and gold by defeating monsters.
So what do I get when I defeat a player?
Is it the same as a monster?
Or is it something else?
Is there anything that can only be obtained by killing a player?
Does killing a player incur any penalties?
I will do it. I’ve made my decision.
I want more information.
After all, this is just a game.
There may be many players who dislike PKing, but that’s not a bad thing in this game. Of course, you can’t do that in real life.
If so, my time is limited.
That party of three isn’t going to stay there forever.
I lie on my stomach and set up my sniper rifle. I look at the three of them through the scope. They seem to be taking a break and chatting. I guess their hunting is going pretty well.
There are three opponents. Who do I go after first?
I should probably start with the priestess.
If I miss my headshot, or if my headshot doesn’t kill her right away, I don’t want the priestess to recover.
The sniper rifle is an inconvenient weapon that cannot quickly provide additional fire.
I use my scope to aim at the female player. She has lovely pink hair.
Her face is also quite lovely. I’m sure she’s being pampered by the two guys.
Is there guilt for attacking a woman or a person?
There is none.
If I kill them, they’ll be resurrected at the starting point, and it would be foolish to feel sorry for them.
I slowly set my aim on the woman’s head. The woman is laughing, as if she enjoys the chatting.
I put my finger on the rifle trigger.
The woman’s head pops in a burst of particles of light. Her HP gauge instantly drops to zero. Then, a second later, her body disappears as well.
Only the head is blown off first?
I guess it’s to show where it was attacked, but that’s a bit harsh…
The two men are in a panic. Well, of course they are. They don’t know what’s going on.
From my point of view, it’s a win-win situation. I slowly set my aim on the magician’s head. The confused man is moving a little too quickly, but I’m sure the passive skill [Hit] will compensate for this.
The man also bursts into a particle of light.
The last remaining man, a swordsman, is now half-crying, half trembling with fear.
I understand how he feels, but nothing will help him if he just holds his head and cowers.
I pulled the trigger three times.
There is no one left in the party of three.
I did my first PKing on this day.