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12-06-2007 @ 2:59AM
I wonder if the truth is not too many people wanting to do arena's, but just the opposite. Maybe it's because I'm on a pve realm, but very few people I know of do pvp on a regular bases. I would be very surprised if 1/10 of 1% do battlegrounds or arena on a regular bases.Thous that I know that do battlegroups only do it because they want the welfare epics, not because the enjoy the pvp experience.When blizzard announced welfare epics, I thought it was to try and generate more interest in PVP.
12-06-2007 @ 4:57AM
I think it is only people wanting to get the best weapons out there, and once they have that, queues will be smaller. Maybe the long queues is blizzards respons to all PvE'ers (myself included) complaints about S1-3 weapons being somewhat overpowered. The queues are just being the equivalence to a shitty long raid :P
12-06-2007 @ 6:28AM
Thats basically the problem.All kinds of people who didn't used to do arenas are now, because the item stats are completely out of sync with the time invested compared to anything else in the game.If you compare the time investment in arenas to the time investment in raids for the same rewards, it basically rains welfare epics.
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