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7-10-2008 @ 4:28AM
Sometimes I think people forget that battlegrounds didn't always exist in WoW... in those days the only PvP that existed were the people who learned to use the global defense channel and did inter-continental assault and defense (Though as I remember, most of it centered around Hillsbrad). Class balance wasn't always this heavily based on PvP it was actually more about making all of the classes equally enjoyable and viable to play for solo or group play in a PvE environment. PvP, in the start was something that was and felt like it was just tossed in so people could "pwn the other side" and maintain some horde vs. alliance rivalry. (What fun is being enemies if all you can do is send /rude emotes back and forth?)
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