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2-05-2009 @ 12:10PM
I'd like to ask about Lake Wintergrasp in its current form on Unbalanced population servers. I know on my server the Horde are almost never in Wintergrasp without having minimum 1 stack of tanacity and as much as 8+ at times. With the Defenders now able to destroy Attackers towers thus lowering time to attack and eventually victory from destroying all of them, on a realm where the population is heavily in favor it is now extremely difficult to win. Since the HP of the walls, towers and turrets have gone up and the tenacity buff nerfed, it now takes much longer to pound your way into the keep while having to put up with major numbers of enemy with less pack from the punch of tenacity. The tenacity buff doesnt really mean much when for every stack you have that means you have that many more enemy there to lock you down and oblitarate you with ease. With a seriously outnumber faction having to now split their forces to 1) attack the keep and 2) defend towers it siginificatly decreases the win/loss ratio in favor of those with the most numbers. What is blizzard going to do to address this issue? Over time as a faction has control of wintergrasp more and more, the opposing outnumbered faction tends to lose interest in fighting a losing battle thus creating an even more imbalance population within wintergrasp not to mention the faction which constatly has control of it has more access and resources to better gear, thus even more creating an imbalance, this time in gear instead of population.
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