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10-24-2006 @ 8:48AM
I already posted my opinion on this in yesterdays breakfast topic after going on a tangent heh. The point is and stands that it took PvP players the grief and effort to hit 60 under certain circumstances that PvE players do not have to go through. PvE players, if they want to play PvP, should have to go through everything PvP players went through. It annoys me when level 60 PvEs want to switch to PvP. They should have done the research when they started playing. What other excuse can they give? There is no valid excuse for not doing your research before playing. It's like a while back when I used to read the WoW forums. There were these NE priests that were angry that their racials sucked more than the dwarves. Well guess what? You should have done the research before picking that "cool looking" race. What do you expect now? A free chance to switch races? Or allowing NEs to have the same spells as dwarves? Get outta here! Do the research first! (I know there are people that regret picking races that DON'T whine and cry about it. I /respect you. As long as you are not whining for something incredibily ridiculous, it's completely senseful to regret certain things)That said, PvEers shouldn't get an easy cakewalk to 60 then the ability to go gank people just because they forgot that they started on a PvE server. That's just not right.And as I was saying earlier, some people that go PvE simply want to quest and don't have time to get ganked. Sure they miss out on an integral part of the game but they do get to see endgame a heck of a lot faster. That, I'm fine with. If they want to play the game like that, so be it. BUT if PVEers want a "EZMODE" to 60 without getting ganked and then later at 60, the right to GO ganking... come on that's just ridiculous. Everyone at 60 on a PvP server went through the ganking/getting ganked portion of the game. Why should PvEers suddenly get to enter at the top of the food chain?
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