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3-03-2009 @ 8:37PM
I hope Blizzard takes this opportunity to re-think Tenacity. In my experience, there is no amount of Tenacity that can overcome one side being outnumbered 4 or 5 to 1 (as seems to be common on my server).My proposal for keeping things balanced? Make each factions max population = Opposite Faction +10.So if Horde has 30 players, Alliance can have 40 players Max.That way it will be a somewhat fair fight.
3-03-2009 @ 8:47PM
Well..How?It's not instanced, so it's not like you can just stop people from going there
3-03-2009 @ 8:49PM
What about instead of tenacity (which I hate as I never have it!), the side with the least players spawns npcs (real lvl 80 hit you hard ones, not like the guards which die in 2 hits) to fight on their side. Would be more fun than trying to kill someone with 10 stacks of tenacity.... though maybe not for them I guess.
3-03-2009 @ 8:50PM
i agree. on our server horde can be in a full raid + half another raid (a normal wg turnout) and we will have tenacity x5 at least and x12 at the most. let's just say we hardly ever win and it's rarely fun. we never have enough people to defend towers or to attack towers. it basically sucks. tenacity is totally underpowered as it is. i've played loads of wg's and almost have enough marks for the mammoth and according to my achievements, i've won a total of 6 wg's. it's pathetic.
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