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10-10-2006 @ 10:07PM
It's not an exploit, Mike, it's the way that the queueing system was originally intended to work.You can queue for multiple battlegrounds simultaneously - this was done in an effort to get as many people into as many BGs as possible. Yeah, you can scout games somewhat, but the situation you described is only possible if the second game's queue pops up within two minutes of the first one, which is how long every member of the group has to join a BG once it becomes available. I can probably count on one hand the number of times this has even ever happened in over a year of queueing for battlegrounds.Playing the system a little bit? Sure, but it's not anywhere near as possible as it was before the Deserter debuff was added and people could /AFK out and requeue to their hearts' content - or even the ACTUAL exploit where players with the debuff could still join "Join as Group" queues simply by being placed in a separate raid party from the group leader. You may need to adjust your definition of "exploit" somewhat.
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