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12-28-2007 @ 8:59AM
I've played WoW since the last week of open beta (of the initial release). I started out on Doomhammer (PvE) and played up to about 30ish in a casual fashion. I switched to Shadowmoon, PvP, with in about 3 months of playing and haven't looked back. It took me nearly 9 months to level my very first 60, and now I'm working on my third 70.As previous posters have noted, world PvP can be a PITA. The way I always approached it was that it made the 'grind' feeling a little weaker. There is always that chance that the red name off on the horizon is not a boar... and it IS coming to get me. I dunno, just adds an extra twist to the game for me.Previous to WoW, I was a pretty strong Lineage and Lineage II player. I absolutely _hated_ that anyone could kill me. Not only that, but I would randomly drop something from my inventory and lose about 10% experience (can't remember the exact %). That doesn't sound like much until you realize that each level is exponentially higher than the last; eg. level 49 --> 50 was the same amount of xp from 1 --> 49.The long and short of it is that I love PvP WoW realms because THEY feel like casual PvP games.Cheers!
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