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7-14-2008 @ 4:26AM
The few times I've participated in losing mark farming, I'd already had plenty of honor from doing AVs and just needed a handful of WSG or AB marks to get what I was aiming for. Every time I've done so, we've advertised in trade channel to get a full group- billed as a losing premade- so that we don't screw over anyone actually interested in winning. I understand why people are against it, and I respect the opinions- but if it doesn't harm anyone, is it really tat terrible?
7-14-2008 @ 4:55AM
It's nice that you fill up your group at least. I've been one of a few that got stuck with a bunch of losers dancing naked in Trollbane Hall. I understand the appeal of this practice, but I can't feel good about giving the Horde three marks and the bonus honor.I think it would be really funny if two losing premades faced off. How long would it take them to realize it?
7-14-2008 @ 3:46PM
You do realize that while you're optimizing the time it takes for you to get 1 mark, you're also optimizing the time it takes for the other side to get 3 marks?Over time this will lead to the other side getting better gear faster. It's great that you're not screwing over anyone on your team, but you're essentially screwing over your whole battlegroup.It also screws over the players on the other side who wanted to actually play a game against other people, and earn a vicory through superior teamwork, strategy, and resolve.
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