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10-28-2007 @ 4:21PM
TonyMotorola said it pretty well. Twinks get off on beating up other players in a massively unfair fight. He didn't say anything about horde or alliance, either.Both sides do it. I used to play Horde pvp, and it was wonderful. We won all the time. At least 90% of the matches. I used to wonder why the Alliance players even bothered signing up. But of course sometimes there were alliance players that were simply unkillable.Ridiculously powerful endgame enchants on everything they owned, completely unreasonable endgame items that Blizz had forgotten to level-restrict......Just like our own players! Yeah, Horde was even more twinked out than Alliance, which was why we always won. I mean, it feels good to win. But it was brutal the way we routinely cleaned up.Horde just cares about PVP more than Alliance, so they twink like crazy.Nowadays I play a Dranei shaman. I tried PVP... *shudder* It sucks so bad to lose endlessly. :( It wouldn't be so bad if Alliance could, say, win every third match or something. But no. Day after day goes by without victory.Blizzard is being incredibly stupid by encouraging twinking. On an unbalanced battlegroup, for every Horde member who wins and feels validated, there is an Alliance player who says "This sucks. Why bother?" If things were more even, PVP would be more fun.
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