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9-01-2007 @ 12:55PM
To the people saying that they don't see how Horde always loses... I've been grinding large amounts of honor on each of my alts and I can assure you that out of the many games I've played on these characters in the last few months, I've won at best a handful. These wins, well most of them were organized horde queues from my server, we brought 35 people and rolled the alliance PUG. The others were late night games (4am) where we were surprisingly organized.Even when people want to win and we are at a disadvantage from the AFKers, we still lose unless we play very smart. Why? Well, first there is the flag capping of the aid station versus the relief hut. The alliance can duo cap this just like every other graveyard. The horde cannot do this because of the number of NPCs as well as the tower archers that have ungodly range. Now lets say that this isn't someone just stealing a cap but an all out rush. We lose because its much more difficult to invade the alliance base, we have to fight through the towers and all of the npcs. There will always be some ppl defending and they can do it on the alliance bridge whereas the horde have no such choke point. There are the towers in the horde base but as you can ride around the fence, or just ride past them quickly and hide by the bridge, they don't help us in the same way they do alliance.
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