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5-02-2009 @ 12:15PM
Now what the people are doing is camping the opposition flag in their own flag room to stop people from getting at it in WSG... its horrible! I personnaly hate PvP and I hate that Blizz doesn't know what the heck their doing with this Hard Knocks achievement! its totally bs
5-02-2009 @ 3:46PM
its counter productive to the spirit of the BG's, and im definately not a fan of what its done.some of the worst sportsmanship I have ever seen has been in WSG this past few days. Entire teams not even leaving the bases to assault the other, just waiting to recap the flag. Everyone going hell for leather to the frostwolf towers, missing galv, then instead of nuking drek anyway, turning around and running back up to the nearest tower with a bit of red in it. Horrible.On the other hand, I had the best game of my life in WSG when i completed school of hard knocks, everyone co-operated, not for the achievement, but for the objective of winning. in the course of doing just that, 3 people on my team completed the school of hard knocks and we got a handful of other achievements to boot, Damage Control, Save the Day, WG Perfection. was a really good match.The problem is not the achievement, its the people who only want to compete on the bg for that achievement, they arent interested in accomplishing anything else while they are there, or even in enjoying it.If blizzard wanted to get mroe people interested in the battlegrounds, they have failed.
5-07-2009 @ 10:26AM
The first WSG I went to I capped 4 flags as everyone on my team was in turtle mode, and so too was their group. After the first return very early in the match, I had the WSG leg of the achievment, but I didn't want those that were not playing the BG versus the achievment to gain the leg without earning it. However, I had not considered the ranged fighters who would have a problem completing this as I would already be near the flag.Overall, I think paladins should have an easier time with this achievement. For instance, with crusader's aura, we are quick and can get to the AV towers easily.
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