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8-18-2006 @ 9:51AM
I couldn’t disagree more with you, Peter (post #7).One of my first experiences in WSG was against a heavily twinked alliance group. The only reason they were there was to farm HK’s. The flag runner was a Paladin, and he would loiter below the Horde graveyard. He had no intention of capturing the flag. When he had at minimum 3 of us attacking him and got to 50% health, he would bubble up and head back to his teammates, who would decimate our group. Wash, rinse, repeat. The longer they kept up this behavior, the more Horde players left the battlegrounds. It took four of us using every stun we had in our arsenal to finally bring him down. This lasted for 2 hours.I didn’t try another WSG for weeks after.The mass populace does not want to play with you twinks anymore. They can’t even get experience in how to PVP, because you 2-shot them. This is the reason that the queues are so long for the battlegrounds. You are the reason that Blizzard was forced to implement cross-server battlegrounds.Those of you reading this that are just starting out with new characters, don’t even bother with the current battlegrounds until you reach level 30-39. At that point things seem to even out a bit. Levels 10-29 is just an exercise in futility. And please don’t start with the “You just suck in BGs, Lrn2play” crap, because clearly gear > skill at these levels, or you wouldn’t have bothered twinking your character.
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