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3-16-2009 @ 1:21PM
Now if Blizz would fix tenacity so both sides could win 50% of the battles.
3-16-2009 @ 1:31PM
Fix it in who's favor? The side with the tenacity or the other side? Just wondering. On my server (I play ally), the horde often has tenacityx20. It makes individual players feel like raid bosses and it does allow them to win a good chunk of the games, but we still win about 70% of the time.
3-16-2009 @ 1:32PM
Why should both sides have the raid 50% of the time, especially if one side needs tenacity, and thus has less than 50% of the realm's population? (And if both sides are equal, it's not Blizzard's fault that one side keeps losing.)On my realm, Alliance outnumbers Horde about 3-1, and they control Wintergrasp roughly 3 times more than Horde. Seems right to me.Note: I hate the way WG is set up, and tenacity is just a band aid.
3-16-2009 @ 2:30PM
I dont get it, you say just cos your population is 3 to 1 in favor of alliance you should have WG 3x more? The pop on our server is much more imbalanced at 4.3:1 in favor of them pesky gnome lovers, so your reckoning Alliance should have WG more than 4x as much.... Yeah sounds fair.... well at least the Horde win enuf for me to use up my Raid ID's every week ;)
3-16-2009 @ 7:34PM
I have an idea for Tenacity.Make it like the opposite of Thaddius. The more Tenacity people are standing next to each other, the less stacks they have. If they're 40 yards apart, they have full stacks.
3-16-2009 @ 9:07PM
It makes perfect sense for Alliance to have WG 4x more than Horde if the Alli/Horde ratio is 4:1. There are more people, so there should be more opportunities for them to get in.
3-17-2009 @ 1:30AM
on scillia alliance have 2-5 stacks its obvious the buff isnt enof when a pvp geard FFB can take i semi PvP geard arcane mage with raid buffs and 5 stacks of tenancy
3-17-2009 @ 8:07PM
Since you don't have to line up and do VoA one raid at a time, no. Having a larger population doesn't mean you need more time controlling WG. :-/
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