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7-10-2008 @ 3:58AM
This guys an idiot.All classes have felt the sting or joy of being nerfed or buffed.Everyone who does PVE complains about the PVP additions to PVE loot tables, everyone! I mean look at the pathetic Tier 5 2 set bonuses.My point is, where else would they put the stats needed for pvp gear? And could you imagine the QQ that would result from T6 Warglaive Rogues continuing to destroy and stunlock from 100 - 0.Arena gear fills a need.AV changes were necessary.Everyone just needs to accept it.Vengeance was a perfect example of adaptation with AV.Before the changes Vengeance was one of the few places Horde consistently won AV (by pulling the Generals separately). Sometimes though some newbie would take SF and cause the dreaded turtle. In which Horde would lose. Shortly after the changes Horde started winning even more and by MUCH larger margins 600+ to sometimes as low as less than 100 honor. What people fail to realize is that it was due to the Alliance inability to rely on a turtle to win. Soon after though Alliance learned how to beat Horde, and have been consistently winning AVs ever since. And Vengeance is now one of the few BGs where Alliance dominate.Ive always found it odd that when Horde were suppose to lose, we won; and when Alliance are suppose to lose now, they win.The changes were necessary, and now that Balinda and Vann are unbuffed again AV is quite a fair fight even if players don't want to admit it. In fact the only inequality I see is the close placement of the Alliances Blacksmith to their flag. The fact that I can run into the FWK and not aggro a single one of their 60,000hp mobs is hilarious, and likewise hilarious that I watch all the horde pull BS and his 60,000hp friends.
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