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2-08-2008 @ 11:20AM
No one seemed to give two shits when the map favored Alliance for 2 fuggin years. Now all of the scientists come out of the wood work for the QQ, diaper shitting, Alliance crybabies.
2-08-2008 @ 11:37AM
Yes, as if the horde weren't QQ, diaper shitting crybabies as well when the inbalance was on their side. And critizicing blizzard for actually fixing stuff quickly? what you want them to wait 2 years like they did before, even when you admit there is stuff to be fixed? this article is pure incoherent trash, even more when there was no boycott to speak of, people just stopped queing by themselves. I didn't know people were talking of boycotts until I checked the threads, the decision to stop queing in AV was made by me, and by most of the alliance players who don't bother to check forums/websites/etc all day long and clearly saw that playing AV was a waste of their time.
2-08-2008 @ 11:48AM
One big difference back when the map was imbalanced for the alliance favor is that even if the horde lost it was 300+ honor.There's a good chance that if the horde turtle at ibgy and the alliance don't turtle the entire SH area (no small task btw) it will net them less than 50 honor (0 bonus honor).I've played AV from both sides - it totally is easier for the horde to win that BG for several reasons.A) ibgy is a chokepoint with a single approach - this isn't true for SH.B) the gy for ib is right next to the chokepointC) (and this is being fixed in 2.4) the starting point is withing walking distance of ibgy - you can literally get their by walking without a mount before the alliance can get there.
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