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1-07-2008 @ 5:21PM
Good. Can't wait to see it.I also hope they do something to make the turn-ins relevant again.
1-08-2008 @ 8:35AM
So the allies in the Rampage battle group tend to dominate wsg ab and eots to the point where eots is a joke, you'll spawn and they simply wait below for you and gank you. Any horde on Cho'Gall will tell you the same thing. BUT we shine in AV, I think it's the horde mentality. No catch and hold just a long road of slaughter, it's awesome when you think about it 30 or so horde taurens, trolls, blood elves, orcs and undead mounted on all types of beasts hauling ass down the valley demolishing everything and winning! Every time it's a win. Even though they can take wsg and ab and eots THEY COULD NEVER TAKE OUR AV!!!! But then it happened... the alliance of the Rampage battle group has been boycotting AV battle ground 9 despite complete dominance in the other 3 bg's as a result the queue for AV is now about an hour and a half with no signs of slowing down. They simply turtle the whole thing and have been doing so since before Christmas. I'm sure you think I'm just QQing and that's fair enough but I can't count how many times I've lept from the rock in eots to be met by a premade down below waiting for me or ran across the wsg field and getting slagged by another group of allies and getting slagged by the same allies again because they're spawn camping. I miss my av... the only bg that we stood a chance in and the allies want that too.
1-08-2008 @ 10:46AM
I feel you pain my rampage battle group brother. I have been puging ABs and eots the last few days. I really need some AV marks and the Alliance refuses to play. Don't they rem the days of Horde getting crushed over and over because of 1 GY advantage? Now we have some balance and Horde are actually winning. So they stop because its unfair. I say Blizzard group more AV servers of battle groups together. This will show the alliance they can not push you around.
1-08-2008 @ 1:02PM
This was originally supposed to be about the AFKer problem and has turned into a QQ contest about which faction rules which BG's.For AFKERs, the debuff should actually boot the person from the BG and give them a traitor debuff that keeps them from joining a BG for 24 hours. Problem solved.For the QQing about who wins what the most. I recently transfered from Area 52 to Quel 'Dorei. I am now in a new Battle Group as a result. On Area 52, that Battle Group seems to have a better win it and hold it mentality and had a 60-40 ally win average in the AB and EoS. but a 40-60 win/loss in AV and WSG. now i have seen a drastic difference in the Battle Group that Quel 'Dorei is in. AV is 80-20 win for the Ally's, while AB, EoS, and WSG is 20-80 win/loss for ally's.Basically, it depends on the mind set of your Battlegroup. I dont see where any BG is really tipped in one sides favor. It's all about the team work of that side in that BG. I still want to delete someone else's toon on my team when they are fighting on the raod way away from the towers or the flag on EoS. Drives me nuts that they can't understand the simple dynamics of that BG.
1-08-2008 @ 4:44PM
At 4Point is.... I haven't seen AV since late November and since the afk problem lies mostly in there, as far as I'm concerned there is no afk problem there's an ally whining and screwing everyone over problem since they can't get honor they've decided no one will. I've held a pretty healthy respect for the allies in my battle group, especially my server where they're outnumbered it seems like they're all good at pvp and with good reason, (even though i'm begining to think half of them are ne male wars with full s2) I mean most people horde side will tell you trying to get 3 people to STAY at mine is almost impossible but now that the only place horde could reliably get honor is being boycotted, what's the point?
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