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7-02-2008 @ 9:26AM
Pretty amazing, but without being a douche bag, Reckoning US is one of the Weaker US battlegroups. I would really love to see if he could do this on a BG like Bloodlust/Vengeance... etc. Great job nonetheless.
7-02-2008 @ 12:15PM
Ellay did transfer... yes, four characters which means $100 in transfer fees... to BG9 and made a video of him gettin to 2k+.Smolderthorn is his home server though, so it made sense to go back. If you've ever seen the older videos (3-boxing mages) -- "Can you see what I see" -- you'll notice that was also from Smolderthorn.http://warcraftmovies.com/movieview.php?id=14131-Vyndree of http://vboxing.net
7-02-2008 @ 1:39PM
I'm a native to Smolderthorn where I play a mage. I have two things to chime in here. 1) 1 or 2 of the top arena invitational teams, "Ohnoes" and "Zecks" and whatever their current team name is now are from Smolderthorn. There are a lot of native Smolderthorn people doing serious PvP nowadays.2) I personally don't buy into the BG9 hype, and I don't think anyone can ever prove that one battleground bracket is harder than another. Even if it is harder, the question becomes "How much and in what ways" It could be harder at 1700, but equivalent at 2100. 3) I remember doing battlegrounds at 60 with his mages, who were Alliance.
7-02-2008 @ 5:59PM
Well, I haven't been very impressed by Reckoning, especially when I found out one of their 2500 teams consisted of a t6 hemo spamming rogue that was clicking on skills. The shaman wasn't great either, clicking on heals and never faked healed and his opponents weren't all that great either. http://www.warcraftmovies.com/movieview.php?id=79587
7-03-2008 @ 5:04PM
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