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4-02-2008 @ 3:15PM
I enjoy world PVP events. Love turning up to Halaa and fighting for the Horde. Also like organized events such as raiding Ironforge etc.However I don't as a rule Gank folks out questing. I'll throw them a wave, if they /wave, /bow etc. back I'll let them live.If they don't respond I'll slaughter them for being rude... now thats hardly ganking is it?I think its especially honorable to give ones prey a chance!
4-02-2008 @ 3:22PM
I like to /wave and when they wave back I gank them. /wave in the horde world is a sign of aggression and an insult. The alliance have left me no choice.
4-02-2008 @ 3:44PM
@Naix ....kind of a backwards way of thinking imo....@Dakira - I generally give lowbies the same chance. Someone a bit closer to my level, now that's a different story entirely.
4-03-2008 @ 5:01AM
Same here on the ganking, even on a PVE server I rarely bother attacking a flagged opposite faction mob unless they are aggressive towards me. A lot of the time it seems to be against the whole story of the game too, after all as an undead questing in Western plaguelands surely I should be fighting my mortal enemy the scrounge rather then a night elf hunter ?I've tried rolling on some pvp servers, but unfortunately the whole ganking this just makes it dreary. Either you have no chance at all because the other player is 30 levels higher, or the natural imbalances of the game make it near impossible to win.1 on 1 with a rogue is hard for most classes when the rogue just walks in, with surprise its more or less instant win for the Rogue especially when you need to use multiple armour sets for pve dps, pvp and healing as I need to on my shadow priest.
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