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7-14-2008 @ 4:42AM
And the solution is so simple... Blizzard just needs to remove marks for losing the match. Sure, there will be an outcry of people that like to lose, (just like with every change, so who cares) but then maybe some of them will actually *try* to win.
7-14-2008 @ 5:36AM
That would be a nightmare. It's bad enough that I'm forced to play BG's I hate (such as WSG) to get the marks... your "solution" would make me have to play (at least) twice as many matches of a BG I'd rather not be playing at all. And in some cases, it would make some gear impossible to get... there was a stretch during the Alliance boycott of AV where I was on the losing side about 30 times in a row.No thanks.
7-14-2008 @ 9:05AM
That wont solve anything, if you don't get anything for participating in a battleground when your side looses 90% of the time, then people will stop going there, which will increase the timers for the winning side. It was (maybe still is) bad enough on some battlegroups, the queue could take hours, and that was when you still got a single token for loosing. If you can't even get a single token for loosing, then it would be much worse, you could have queues that took days before you got to do a match.Thats the main reason even the loosing side gets a token, players will play if its fun and/or if its rewarding, if its neither they won't bother with it. Mobs don't get a choice, so in PvE the loosing side can get nothing and people will still be able to raid.
7-15-2008 @ 6:49AM
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