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1-16-2008 @ 2:22PM
Gee, I wonder if this writer plays alliance or horde, haha.
1-16-2008 @ 4:58PM
This is one of the best, most thought out articles I have seen on this problem. You could argue that this is more Alliance QQ, but even if thats true where does his argument fall short? Horde or Alliance he makes a great point.
1-16-2008 @ 5:34PM
This is the guy who does the regular roleplay column. You really think he limits himself to either faction? RPers are, as a rule, incurable altaholics.
1-16-2008 @ 10:19PM
while I agree the lay out of AV is an issue playing horde in av for 2 years I have no sympathy at all for the alliance. And the Horde AV que's in my battle group(Cyclone) are almost instant. I would also add that the "bottleneck" At frostwolf is still easy to get around by jumping the fence. Also if you just stand at the flag at iceblood Grave yard you still can't defend the gap nearly as well stormpike. If you ask me the alliance problem is there are starting to have a bigger AFK problem than the horde in AV at least thats what I see when I'm playing. I will give you this Stoneheath needs to be moved back or the horde starting area to let the alliance have a fair chance at defending it.
1-18-2008 @ 1:51AM
The only thing ive wondered about this supposed imbalance is that IB is supposed to be easy to retake from the south. Well so is SH but from the north. In the midst of a large horde offensive push to Dun Baldar, the alliance can utilize the eastern pass directly south of their starting point. It can easily be used to conduct a surprise attack on the by then horde controlled SH GY, thus sending the entire horde offence back to IB GY once they die.P.S. Im a rogue so i always try to ninja the Dun Baldar towers/gy, something that became FAR easier in 2.3. I just dont see the alliance taking advantage of this as much as they should. It forces the other side to dedicate several people just to eliminate one player causing trouble far behind the front lines.SPECIAL FORCES FTW >=D
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