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8-05-2008 @ 8:09AM
people who say "let them cap 5" in AB when it's only 150 to 200. it's called a BATTLEGROUND for a reason.
8-05-2008 @ 8:54AM
As much as I hate it when:• obsess on capping farm, leaving LM, GM and ST undefended, then calling everyone noobs• obsess on rushing RH without any GY captured, then suddenly accuse Alliance/Horde of sucking when they find they die far away from reinforcements and rez at Dun Baldar, then BEG everyone to just let the other side win• obsessing over the flag in mid-field in EotS, leaving MT and DR undefended• forming a raid to defend/invade Halaa, some new level 70's insist that no level 69 and below should be invited as they will "just get slaughtered", that only level 70's should seek invitation, and those level 69 and below who insist on invites are noobs (even if most Halaa PvP rewards are targetted for mid-60's)
8-05-2008 @ 11:15AM
Oh I hate that. I don't do much AB anymore, but I often play WSG. It frustrates me when the opposing team will cap the first flag a few minutes in and my entire side simply folds with the old "Let them win!" I can understand when it's a grueling back-and-forth for twenty minutes without a single cap yet, okay you want to go grind your marks, fine. Or when we're getting steamrolled by a premade, fine. But in a normal, fair fight where they simply got the first cap? >.
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