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6-12-2007 @ 12:58PM
Having played both sides (which doesn't seem common among the majority here), I feel objectively that the Alliance has a more favorable defensive position. The only one up the Horde has on that spot is the back door cap on the north bunker (which doesn't really make or break anything if allies are playing D properly).The difference between the Alliance chokepoint and the Horde chokepoint is that the Horde tower can cause line of sight issues for defense, especially when the best Alliance tactic is to rush through mounted. Meanwhile, the bridge is a wide open chokepoint over a very, very long fall.I think they should flip the map, just to see. It's funny how the biggest opposers to this are Alliance players who are trying to say "QQ Horde."In my opinion, let premades run AV and everybody's happy.
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