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12-06-2007 @ 5:29PM
I find it depressing that such a high percentage of the forum responses (from all classes) are purely focused on improvements for PvP.
12-06-2007 @ 5:38PM
That's what happens when they changed the game to seemingly focus around PvP. They've put a lot of time into PvE, but the time vs reward just isn't there for most people.I'm hoping they rebalance how easy/hard it is to gear up between PvP and PvE for WotLK.
12-06-2007 @ 7:26PM
PVP is farfarfar more popular these days than any aspect of PVE, especially raiding.The changes to raids, with the lack of care in making them more accessible to the majority of regular and casual players has essentially ruined the raid scene. %20 or less players are actually raiding if you assume that Wowjutsu is accurate AND if you say that every character is a player not just an account. If there's 9 million accounts, and less than 2 million actual accounts in any raids at all.... that's just showing that %80+ of the game does not raid. Therefore, most people are going to stop caring about what happens to the whiny raiders who whine about everything anyway and just hope that blizzard fixes things for the people who are doing Arena's and BG's and PVP in general.
12-06-2007 @ 8:07PM
Either that or nerfing othe classes
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