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4-21-2008 @ 11:38AM
Why is everyone down voting Adam's responses? I can't imagine anyone more qualified to comment and add value to this post?If I had to guess from the down votes, I'd say the people down voting opinions they disagreed with him, and that they were pro-PvP and against his last article.You literally CAN NOT argue that PvP was an afterthought. It was. You can't argue with several of the points in his last article, such as "you cannot progress in PvP without first completing a large potion of the PvE content." I would like to point out that I disagree with his third point ("PvP progression is based on the amount of time one puts into it"), the way these articles were presented, and that, in fact, PvE is the *only* real game. I think the popularity and viability of the Arena Test realm (for the record, I've never actually been on) pretty much proves that PvP is in fact another, added real game. In the two years WoW has been out, PvP has grown into an end game of its own, and it's foolish to disagree. Look at the debate and discussion that came out of his last article. I'm sure he or others could argue that the heated responses or the presentation of that viewpoint had added value. It wasn't some blatant flame post.The truth is that there is no winning Warcraft. As a result, there is in fact a lot of discussion as to what constitutes a real end game. The end game of "Slaughtering Naga in Azshara" isn't challenging or interesting to me. That doesn't stop someone from being very serious about nagacide.
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