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3-07-2009 @ 12:23PM
Random elements in arenas from time to time is better then the pillar-humping/LOS issues that the older maps ALWAYS had. I'd rather earn arena points on a fun, exciting map that always changes. If I'm $15 bucks a month for a HOBBY, of all things, it shouldn't be limited to the rigid, boring arenas we've seen in BC. Blade's Edge Arena: awesome and exciting. Nagrand and the Undercity? : boring boring boring. Every druid, shaman, and warrior seem to take advantage of the center tombstone-thing with their movement-impairing effects, and it ends up being annoying and no fun at all.There's strategy involved in rooting people on the flame wall. There's strategy involved with the Dalaran sewer waterfalls. There's NO FUN in maps tailor-made for pillar-humping and kiting, but it's a breath of fresh air in the new maps, where the elements are scattered in and fun =).I play a paladin, an overlooked class for some time when it comes to most arenas (except 5v5) until the current season. We're getting nerfs because they're needed, but someone without better things to do in life is going to complain, I'm sure of it. I'm not a hardcore PvP'er, highest title I ever got was Challenger for arenas, but I'm tired of this QQ bullsh!t I keep hearing. The "elite" and "hardcore" who are used to seeing easy, predictable raids for the past few months, and want their arena experience to be similar for Season 5 and beyond./endrant
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