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10-24-2006 @ 9:52AM
@6 (Kryz)"If someone leveled on a PVE server, and finds that they like the aspects of random world PVP, but don't want to deal with the constant looking over your shoulder while leveling, they should be given the option to transfer to a server that more suits their needs."Don't you understand man? That's the point. You SHOULDN'T get a free trip to PvP just because you want to. If you want to suit your needs, level up on a PvP server. Why is this so hard to comprehend? Why should you be allowed to start at the top of the food chain? Where is the logic in this? @8 (sparkfizt) You seem to think paying money is a justifiable reason to be allowed to transfer. I'm not flattering myself. It IS different leveling on PvP and PvE. If you don't see a difference, you must be playing on a ghost server. I am not saying I am more hardcore than you. I am not saying I am better than you. I am saying there IS a difference between PvE and PvP. And that difference is the extra time and effort it takes to hit the top. You did not go through this extra time and effort in PvE. "So what if someone spends extra money to move a char, if they're a n00b then pwn em when you see em. " No one said you were noobs for switching servers. In fact, you're probably even BETTER geared than us because you DIDN'T have to go through the extra time and grief of leveling with gankers.If everyone leveled on PvE servers and switched to a PvP server at 60, then leveling in a PvP server might end up next to non-existant and Blizzard would get rich (not to mention rich players willing to spend the money would get "EZMODE"). Ganking wouldn't exist. You'd be ruining a prime aspect of the game of the PvP server.
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