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2-06-2008 @ 5:32PM
The difference is degree. -6 levels offer a bigger edge and takes very little time. -Enchanting gear offers a much smaller edge and takes a lot of timeI don't think going into a battleground at x1 shouldn't be allowed. I just think it's really selfish. It's not like you'll never get there. Nothing is stopping you from going and getting another 8 levels. It takes very little time, it requires no skill (every method of playing the game will gain levels), and it's obvious to your team mates that you're a weak link.I don't care if you're clicking, randomly chose your talents and have a hard time remembering what to click. I've never met anyone that was actively confused that higher levels > lower levels. You *could* be genuinely confused that brackets are 10 levels and when are where they stop. The key is that it's obvious to me that you're trying to help the team if you're x9. I can hover over your character and see a deficiency with your contribution if you're x1. *That* is the difference.Getting an upgrade from blue to purple could take several instance runs with no guarentee. Getting from 31-36 is a cinch.The obvious response is: why are the people who are going into battlegrounds at x1 selfish and not the author's opinion? From my personal perspective, he's trying harder to help his team win. He doesn't diminish the x1's fun. The reverse is not true.I do have to comment, though, that healing and communicating are fairly level independent. Then again, x9 healers and communicators are better than their x1 counterparts, so why not wait 8 levels?
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