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8-08-2008 @ 4:18AM
[b]Hudson's Hideout[/b] definitely had an interesting view, but one that should be taken seriously.Sadly, I've met many a WoW player that loathes PvP, Arenas, BG's etc., but cannot get enough from PvE. They actually even detest the players of PvP, so much so that when they come into BG's, they do nothing to help win, but criticize PvP players about their 'welfare' epics.Suprisingly, there are PvP players who ENJOY BOTH PvP and PvE and have SETS OF GEAR FOR BOTH. So the unbiased claim is trolling at its best and should be kept to the Trade Channel and not in BG chat.One of the things that has irked me from WoW's inception is that Blizz is notorious for making FANTASTIC games. WoW PvE is innovative and has netted them over 11 million players. Before that SC, D/D2, and WC all were great franchises with excelent games. I just don't understand how in some of those previously metioned games, the multi-player versus (PvP) were really really enjoyable, even if they weren't OVERLY rewarding. I would play WC3 over bnet for hours, simply b/c I really enjoyed the strategy and the only thing I ever got from it was a unique icon.What happened? Why could WoW PvP work out this way to provide just as entertaining a time as its PvE. I enjoy the PvP thoroughly, but I will heartily admit that it could use some work.
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