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4-09-2009 @ 3:15PM
About that Argent Tournament - any idea if that area will be a Sanctuary? I play on a pvp server and I imagine it will be Wintergrasp 2.0 for the first few weeks after 3.1 if pvp is allowed there...
4-09-2009 @ 3:20PM
PVP will most likely be allowed just like The Isle in TBC.
4-09-2009 @ 3:36PM
On the PTR the Argent Tournament Grounds is a Sanctuary.
4-09-2009 @ 4:22PM
Drat, I was hoping it'd be like Quel'danas. For a place where both factions are fighting in tournament, there should be pvp to bolster that feeling. Just put guards everywhere like Quel'danas so the griefers will be severely punished. There is such a thing as consensual pvp.
4-09-2009 @ 7:16PM
@RogueJediUhh, kinda goes against the goal of the Argent Crusade to recruit new soldiers and promote cooperation between the Horde and Allies if the two sides just murder each other all day right in front of them. ;)
4-09-2009 @ 10:47PM
4-10-2009 @ 4:25AM
Yeah I still don't get why even PvE-oriented people started ganking on that Isle... I mean, at least in the first few weeks, successfully completing dailies, no matter which faction you are, pushed the development of the Offensive's bases and helped reach the stage where you could buy new welfare stuff. Sadly the link to raid progression was 86ed, else there probably would've been large "anti-PvP" raids to keep down gankers.
4-10-2009 @ 4:48AM
I started killing people on my PVE server because they were acting like jerks. Kill/node stealing, /yelling to each other constantly, following other players around in packs and making things harder, even repeatedly doing the bombing quest in large groups over and over so nobody else could do it.The behavior of the Alliance on my server was terrible, which was both frustrating and aggravating, so when the opportunity to kill them presented itself, I did so.
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