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7-10-2008 @ 4:50AM
Blizzard; we listen to everyone... except mages.Totally agree with post #6. What bottleneck at FW?The only time I never see bunkers/towers being capped in AV is when it's AV weekend. The rest of the time it's cap-O-rama.
7-10-2008 @ 5:12AM
/sighthe picture is inaccurate but there is a bottle neck behind those fences to the FW keep - the tower you HAVE to pass through and the subsequent archway between the towers full of archers.It is on par with the bridge for alliance so stop your qqing. Horde on Bloodlust battlegroup have become expert 'turtlers' as soon as alliance gets past IBGY (which isnt often) they fall back to the keep knowing how easily they can hold it out.
7-10-2008 @ 5:39AM
Jaw dropping damage!
7-10-2008 @ 6:16AM
I knew of THAT "bottleneck", but can it be called that when it has a work around (See reply #20)?The only time I see Horde en mass at the point you mention, is when things look bleak and we want to hold out for as long as possible. Not saying that's how it goes on all battlegroups.I'm not wholly fussed with who AV favours, as I lose as many as I win. And as long as an effort is made to get north, I'm happy (I never play AV -on Cyclone- on holidays as nearly every AV ends up with Horde defending on mass).
7-10-2008 @ 6:17AM
edit: comment 20 = comment made by Samruf.
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