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12-03-2007 @ 9:20AM
I got burned out on the old pvp system, prior to the free-for-all rankings before BC. This past weekend I decided to give it a shot again and grind for the S1 weapons.In less than 3 BGs I became annoyed with trying to requeue with drakes, kodos, and gryffons afk camping the battlemasters. So i portal'd to Org to find so many people around the battlemasters that I couldn't target them. I ended up in UC with two other guys and after my hearth cooled, I figured I'd test out TB and see what that was like. Absolutely NO ONE in TB ... I was content with that so I didn't bother to check SM.The only down fall to using a battlemaster in the older capital cities is lack of free time activities. On some BGs the queue time is rather long, so if you're in shat ... just hop on your mount and do some fishing, a cooking daily, farm mats, etc. If you're in TB, Silvermoon, UC, or Org ... you can farm your tv or rubik's cube while you wait for the pop.Blizzard should elevate or "block off" all vendors and battlemasters within a city. If you stand on them for more than 5 seconds, they should "bump" you off to a set distance away from them ... sort of like a little personal space for the NPCs. A nice "stun" debuff for 5-10 seconds would be nice to slap the repeat offenders. It should bump you regardless of AFK status or some douche spinning circles on the NPCs. It would stop the people from AFKing or even standing on them. I don't see how they could do that for all quest NPC's due to escort quests, etc., but it is a royal pain the ass to try to queue for AV or WSG on their respective weekends.Just my two copper. I'm on a "low" population server, I can't imagine trying to queue on an extremely high pop server.
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