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12-28-2007 @ 8:45AM
I am a casual player and I play on PvP servers.I find that it adds to the game. I am not a big BG or arena player, I just prefer the added twist to the game that only the PvP servers really provide. As Lykaon stated, I can remember only a handful of occassions when questing was severely impacted by ganking. You learn to ork areas like STV a bit differentlythan on a PvE server. If you watch your back and learn the back way to various locations, you can get all ther quests in STV completed with minimal hassle. And that actually gets you to see more of the map. I played for about 8 months on a PvE server before switching, and I had no idea some places even existed because I didn't have to worry about who was playing in the area besides me.And when you run across a player from the other faction, you are forced to size each other up as opposed to just, from an unflagged state, /rasp or /taunt or /spit or /wave. Sometimes you fight, sometimes you let each other pass, and on occassion you even ally with them for a period...especially when two solo players cross paths on the same questline that might be better tackled with a group.
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