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4-16-2008 @ 10:44AM
"When they are more concerned with PVP than with what the game is actually about, it ruins things."lolwut? who are you to decide that the game is really meant to be about PVE. PVP is a valid and HUGE part of the game. And just because this article doesnt mention any blizz employees taking part in Raiding guilds doesnt mean there arent any. lrn2read. kthxbye
4-16-2008 @ 2:34PM
If you think that WOW is a pvp game then go back to CS or any other FPS; the game started as a pve game in despite if you played an PVP server or not, the "degrading" of the PVE was done to keep happy those PVP whores that can only work well in 5v5 team, you put them in a 40/25man raid and they dont know what to do;Yes Angus is right by saying this game is leaning more into the pvp player; making nerfs to pve if they have too. And the notorious "horde preference" is not a myth either; They "fixed" a whole 40man pvp BG to make them happy...I dont think blizzard will take advantage of their company power to make his employees win pvp contests however.This is a game of Lore; in despite what the AB,WSG and AV farmer would cry about it. PVP is/should be the extra spice, not even peer with the PVE at all.
4-16-2008 @ 2:41PM
AV has been an ongoing effort to make it balanced. I personally dont think it will ever happen, but I also dont think its fair to flame them for their efforts. And fyi, I dont pvp myself. Im in a PVE raiding guild. But that doesnt mean I can pretend the other half the server that does BGs doesnt exist.
4-16-2008 @ 2:46PM
and fyi. Blizz put up a 250k prize for a pvp tournament. How much money do you get for being the first to down raid content? Oh thats right... nothing. Looks to me like PVP is just as much a part of WoW as PVE.
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