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6-01-2008 @ 7:57AM
Your right, it seems more of a confidence issue. On my battlegroup for example, horde and alliance in AV tend to be 60-40. However 51-60 AV i rarely ever see a Horde win( im not kidding, i did 28 AV's just so that i could get enough marks for my epic mount)(this might however be because we usually start off 15 horde to 40 alliance and maybe even out by the time we are down to 10 reinforcements). But it almost seems like the wins and losses are divided between brackets. For example 19 WSG is alliance 100-0(so many rogue twinks). but 49 AB, i lost many once out of the 30-40 times i did it. However i still think alliance needs to do something if they want to win. for example, i was in an AB recently. We started off 8 Horde - 14 alliance. It evened out to 15-15 by the time alliance got to 1500, we had around 1000. But when people were giving instructions, everyone listened(no rushing stables, people actually defending, when a site was getting attacked, people going there but some staying back for defense) we evetually won 2000-1940. However when i logon to my friends Alliance toon, I see none of this. If you say"don't take farm, concentrate on the 3 we have" someone will say "who made you leader" or "go screw yourself". Just my thoughts. I maybe wrong about alliance, but I dont think i ever want to go into a Bg as an alliance toon.
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