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4-03-2008 @ 4:58PM
Ok, that's your opinion, but it sure isn't mine. When games go on for 25+ minutes, thats nuts. In my opinion, I good WSG game should last about 10 minutes, and please, no more than 15. I've seen AV games won in much less time than the WSG games I've played recently as I go for my 30 tokens to get my epic mount. And it is contributing to what I suspect may be AFK players- when its 0-2 for 10 minutes, I start to see people 'defending' the base but not doing much. That's frustrating.I think having some kind of time limit would kill the turtling. Set it high- 20 minutes or more. That would still allow some turtling if people want to do it, in the beginning but make sure that people actually care the entire time the game was playing. -D
4-03-2008 @ 7:19PM
How can you complain about a 25 min WSG when it is common for AB to go for 30 (standard 3 cap) and the new AV 20-40.My experience of the games has been 10-20 min max - frequent caps. And a very small amount of turtling, even GY turtling (with the flag) isn't going to work anymore. Where as before (more so in raid vs raid) the other team hold it there forever.
4-03-2008 @ 11:11PM
I'm sorry, but if you don't even have the patience to commit more than 25 minutes to a game of Warsong Gulch, you're not there to PvP. You want to farm Honor? Go play AV. Honor is a byproduct of PvP, not the other way around. As casual as this game has become, it's disappointing to see people who don't seem to want to earn what they get.10 minute WSG games only happen in 3-0 runs with premades vs. pugs. With the new queue system and new mechanics, I don't think that will be happening anymore.
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