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2-09-2009 @ 2:09PM
Wow, that's an amazingly harsh thing to do. I love mind control.
2-09-2009 @ 2:42PM
I love the fact that the Shadow Priest used his abilities in a creative way. With all the focus on pure DPS and so many classes seeming grossly overpowered, it's refreshing to see the little guy come up big. Even if, in this case, the "little guy" was significantly bigger than the "big guy."It's been so long since I bothered with a PvE server. Do you have to flag yourself in a contested area? I thought PvE servers only protected your character in Friendly territory. Maybe that's my server. I don't know. Even my Bank Alts are flagged for PvP. All's fair in my book.
2-09-2009 @ 5:08PM
For the record, it's PvP servers where you're only protected in friendly zones. (And Sanctuaries, which are essentially just zones that are friendly to everyone.)On PvE servers, you are only flagged PvP if you enter a PvP area, (battleground, arena, free-for-all arena like in STV, or Lake Wintergrasp) enter an enemy capital city, or perform a "PvP action" like healing or attacking a PvP player or NPC. During normal questing, you are always protected by the warm, loving bosom of Blizzard.
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