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3-19-2008 @ 9:02AM
Patch 2.4 doesn't really do much for me. The new 5-man is ok, but the gear doesn't really inspire me to go into raiding. And you can't jump from the 5-man Sunwell into the Raid Sunwell anyway, so what's the point?Once again, raiders get everything and PvPer's get nothing. Season 4 isn't even going to start with Patch 2.4. - again, less reason to get excited.I want a new battleground. Not a new arena, a new battleground. I want a new, 40-man Battleground, with independent Reputation rewards, as well as the marks of honor for the Honor rewards. AV was so much fun back in the pre-Arena days. Now it's a disaster.Having only 4 battlegrounds since the game's release shows a sign of fear and incompetence on Blizzard's part, when it comes to PvP. They simply can't figure out how to make PvP work in the game. And now it seem they aren't even trying to. Everything revolves around raiding and farming reputation.The game is stale.
3-19-2008 @ 9:17AM
Oh wah. The PvPers didn't get catered to in this patch. I understand it's been ages since a new battleground, but to claim the ENTIRE game is getting stale is simply over the top. As both a raider and a PvPer (imagine that. What next, cats and dogs...?), this game has a long way to go, FOR ME, before it becomes stale.
3-19-2008 @ 9:45AM
"Once again, raiders get everything and PvPer's get nothing. "lolwut?It's the first 25 man raid in a year... I mean it's not like Blizz has put out three arena seasons, handed out epics out the wazoo for PVPers, nerfed classes based solely on PVP, and developed a tournament realm... all in what was originally designed to be a PVE game...some people will QQ about anything...
3-19-2008 @ 11:34AM
Go to the TTR, leave the game and wait for Warhammer, or go play Halo 3, Gears of War, Counter Strike... or any other gerneric FPS if you want to PvP . In WoW, it should always be PvE > PvP.
3-19-2008 @ 12:19PM
I'll call a wahmbulance for you. If you find WoW stale because all you want to do is PvP, then kindly piss off. Go play Counterstrike some more.
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