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10-27-2008 @ 1:57PM
The invasion was fine, except for two things I would have changed:Remove the Sanctuary protection from infected zombies in Shattrah. The other cities gave us a choice on how to deal with the zombies, but Shattrah had to be written off because of a bug in Blizzard's code.The person summoning the shadow lords in the necropolises should automatically tag the shadow first. The free-for-all brawls at the invasion points brought out the worst of the gankers and freeloaders. Anyone attempting to do the quests properly was griefed by having their summons stolen from them. (Not to mention having to deal with harassment by flagged Alliance players on a PvE server.)
10-27-2008 @ 2:58PM
(Not to mention having to deal with harassment by flagged Alliance players on a PvE server.)Yeah, Harassment defined by carebear's means PvP happened. This is a WORLD EVENT, includes EVERYONE, it's a whole 6 days out of the multitude of days you'll play this game and never have to step out side of your little self made bubble where you're the only person playing the game and everything is sterile and scripted.
10-27-2008 @ 4:06PM
I don't have a problem with PvP. I've sent a few thousand wanna-be's on corpse runs, and burnt down my share of cities during the event.What I'm opposed to are losers who need to TRICK people into attacking them. These people want the protection of hiding on a carebear server plus the ability to choose who they attack. They want the ability screw with other people's quests, yet complete their own in perfect safety. If you're that desperate for PvP, transfer to a PvP realm. They're cowards and hypocrites - you want "PvP happens", but only on your terms against people who chose to avoid it when they selected servers.
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