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6-29-2008 @ 7:52PM
I highly doubt that any team that just pew-pews and heals without thought of their position and whether a pillar will pop in front of their line of sight could really be considered the "better" team.Now at the outset of the new arena maps, I'm sure there will be a learning curve (just like trying to figure out how to play arenas in general) and that may continue to pose an obstacle to those unwilling to try and adapt; akin to the people that acted like NPCs when confronted with pillars in the current arena maps.I also feel saying "random" is not the right word at all, the pillars in the Orgrimmar arena will have spinning wheels to alert players when they go up (a blindness/alertness check), and adding a lot of line of sight in Dalaran will just make people have to think before and while they're shooting maybe? Hardly random.Short version: Might be new at first, take responsibility and learn to take advantage of the new dynamics.
6-29-2008 @ 8:17PM
Yeah the cogs sound like a good idea, the slime??? No.
6-29-2008 @ 8:41PM
I didn't catch the slime part the first read-through, but you don't *have* to position yourself on the opposite side of it as your prey.I would imagine there'd be a clue to that as well, maybe a gurgling sound.If there isn't one, then there ought to be one in place.
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