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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.
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