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6-14-2008 @ 9:25PM
If you leveled on a PvP server you were ganked... AT least once... but more then likley alot. If you went through this then you have the right to gank when you hit 70... now if you leveled on a PVE server and never faced hardship... imo you have no right to play on a PvP server and have no right to gank people. Just my opinion on the matter.
6-14-2008 @ 9:34PM
Whenever some level ?? ganks my alt, I really appreciate the fact that they leveled up on a PvP server. But if they opened up PvE to PvP, I would be really upset the next time I was hopelessly overpowered by someone significantly higher leveled than me. After all, how would I know if that level ?? earned his right to gank?
Like say on a pve server you buff up somebody with pvp on from a bg, or you exit a bg, you still get ganked, get over it. Someone on a PVE server got ganked at least once and those on a PVP server probably more. It doesn't matter. It's not justified to be arrogant because somebody took away a bit of your play time during leveling up. It's not like people who leveled up on a PVE realm are going to transfer on a PVP server just for the heck of it, NO. They transfer to play with friends, to go into another battlegroup, to I dunno... whatever. They transfer for a reason, which is infinitely bigger and more important than the fact that you got ganked.
6-15-2008 @ 9:48AM
Well, i leveled all the way to 70 on a pvp server, and i was ganked to no end, and i am on a pve server with all my friends. but i feel you should be able to transfer where you want to transfer... hell, you are the one paying 25 bucks for it. not only that, the n00bs that can transfer to a pvp server will just be easy prey for you veterans of the pvp servers.I say blizz should go for it!
6-15-2008 @ 3:19PM
I realized I needed to re-roll on a PVP server when I flagged myself for PVP all the time on the PVE server. Then only ??s would just 1-shot my low-level toon, I was upset when nobody else my level would PVP. :(
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