Originally Posted by stokes234
Can I ask for your source saying that this action is within the rules?
I requested in a support ticket the same confirmation once, but simply regarding OS pvp griefing. The answer I got was:
"It is called time-griefing, as it ties up your group for a period of time, and is indeed against our rules. We implimented fleet strength numbers to combat this, but if the lone griefer groups up, then his fleet strength is strong enough to be able to tag your group. Usually its used as a distraction method."
I had assumed that this would carry over to blockading etc, but this answer wasn't entirely clear on whether the initial tag on the OS was against the rules, or just the action of re-tagging someone inside an instance to waste their time. I was hoping to get an answer in this thread.
This is easy to counter have your own single interceptors intercept them. You're blokkading so people should able todo anything to run through the blokkage.