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11-17-2007 @ 9:33PM
You know, my experience in AV in the Shadowburn group has been entirely different. AV is now even more of a rush. I played a bunch of games last night, and, playing on offense, I literally saw maybe ten enemy (Alliance) players in as many games. It's definitely true that after 2.3, we have a lot more Horde playing D, but Alliance defense was almost non-existent last night - so much so that in more than half the games I played I never died once (which is strange, because (1) I'm level 68, (2) I've got terrible gear almost exclusively from quests, and (3) I'm an awful player, especially at PvP). On the upside, I saw less people complaining in BG chat; when I was grinding honor after the honor system patch, lots of people would talk in chat that it's better to just blitz and either win or lose as quickly as possible, and so on. Now, the talk in chat is mostly about strategy.Honestly, the only real difference I've noticed in AV in the games I've played was that people now consciously go out of their way to get all the towers and bunkers. And that the games now actually end after 15 minutes more often than they did back in the day. Obviously, this is observation from a handful of games over one or two days. Maybe people haven't gotten into the PvP spirit yet.
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