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4-25-2008 @ 11:29AM
Good post, I can't understand myself why so many people are completely naive on the whole arena rankings.In raiding everyone has the chance to down Illidan and get T6 gear. Not saying you'll get that far, but its up to the person playing to decide how much effort to put into it.In Arena only the top X% can get the good ratings, because you have to be in the top X%. That means everyone else has to be a loser, now a lot of people here are expecting that is someone else, here's a wakeup call, its likely to be you, especially if you don't have the correct spec/class of the month.Its the most screwed up pointless pvp system yet devised and its showing badly. It used to kind of work when pvp epics were given out to everyone, but now that the best equipment is being reserved for people who do arena only, even worse when you consider that they give the best equipment to the people who need it the least - the people who are top :PPersonally I'm finding the battlegrounds pretty dull already for either my protection warrior, warlock or shadow priest thanks to all the class balancing for arena that's gone on, so its no longer the enjoyable sideshow it used to be. With these changes I'll not bother entering full stop as they'll just be zones where arena players with masses of resilience that I can't get PVEing go to stroke their egos.Nice one Blizzard, best of luck running your E-Sport and going for those billions of competition payments that no doubt your consultants/managers are dreaming over.You'll have more chance in my opinion of finding them in the Emerald dream then WoW arena though :D
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