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9-11-2008 @ 3:08PM
Wow, total fail. The reason it's worth slogging through to the end game on PvP servers is the knowledge that one day you will be powerful enough to get them back. Where's the justice in allowing anyone with a couple of dollars to level on easy mode, not having corpse runs in Tanaris or having their escort quests ganked at the last second, be able to join a server where we did have to go through that? Leveling is not inherently as fun as being a high level, and when it's a PvP server, it's actually not fun at all. It's a real chore to get ganked an average of 3 times a day. It's frustrating, and the only reason people do it is because they want to be able to do it back.If anyone here thinks that leveling on a PvP server is not that much harder than in a PvE server, I strongly suggest they try it on Skullcrusher. As Alliance, if they really want to prove my point. It's a huge difference! It magnifies the amount of time you need to spend by a significant factor.I would be OK with transfers from PvE to PvP only if the account already had a 70 (or 80, if its after the expansion) earned on a PvP server. It's not at all a good idea for Blizzard to completely devalue all the corpse runs and gank anger we went through earning our place in a PvP server- and I hope they realize this.
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