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3-04-2008 @ 2:27PM
I'm a bit more what would be considered "hardcore" once I've maxed out my Char's levels, but I'm definately a casual leveler so I'll throw in my comments on this thread (I played in Open Beta and into release on a PVP server, quit for more then a year and a half and recently returned to a different PVP server to be with friends):I never considered joining anything but a PVP realm - I mean isn't that what games like Oblivion basically are? And you don't have to pay a monthly fee for that. I love the element of danger added by the PVP element. Just last week leveling my newly re-specced Prot Pallie in STV I was jump by a rogue at 20% and had a fun time watching his daggers ding off my armor. And then he tried again! And again! Two weeks ago I was farming netherweb silk on my 68 frost mage preparing for my frozen shadowweave set in Terrokar when I got into a fight with a 70 arcane mage. I killed him without trouble, then camped him one rez for good measure. The ran across him 30 min later and fought again for a while.You always remember some of the great ones. Do you remember close calls at the hands of any dungeon boss? Nope, but I remember epic battles recent and long ago. Hell, I still remember leveling my 1st mage back around xmas time just after release and being jumped by a rogue 4 levels higher then me, blinking, and turning around to burn him into the ground. Even better, I still remember wanting the ZG tiger mount horribly and having a running war with a guy in Silithus for a month since he had it on the other side and I felt it was my duty to kill him every time he got to ride it instead of me. PVP memories stick with you, though it is harder if you don't have friends on that server.
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