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5-02-2009 @ 2:52PM
only reason i came to this particular article is bc it was on the wow forums ( where more people qq about this than anything ive seen yet). i dont know how everyones realms are but im more mad about paying 30g for a chocolate cake and between 2 and 5 gold for every other treat for bad example. it also saddens me that my gf wont be able to get the title bc shes not level 75 or above. it could have been a helluva lot worse... example..the orphan only dies ( or disappears) when you die... imagine the outcry if the orphan died during UP. yes the BG's are screwed bc of this, but, is it really worth all of this trouble complaining? if you like pvp, play arena for a week and raise your rating. do a raid on the opposite faction since they will be busy in BG's and not caring about their leaders.. just please stop crying... it proves youre either a pre-teen, or maybe an emo teen with little patience. heres how I did the BG's and hope it helps you...WSG- easy as pie, as long as both factions know they want the achievement... heres what we did.. one alli came (im horde) and grabbed the flag, and dropped it for everyone.. yay were done... i go to alliance side without armor and do the same for everyone.. thats that.. .next...AV- alli/horde being nice... about 6 horde and 4-5 alli meet at tower... nobody fights, we all get to cap, and i hearth out..AB- im a DK.. i have on a pale horse and move faster than everyone...respec and get it, its worth it.. getting farm was easy as pieEOTS- this was the hardest.. its luck if you have a pug and not premade...heres what happened to me... horde defended middle while one person capped the flag. fortunately for me someone mounted up and dropped the flag so i picked it up, got credit, and hearthed. all in all it took maybe 90 mins max. everyones there for the same reason, just dont be doooshes during AV, and WSG, and kill everyone... odds are they want patron/matron as much as you. thats all, thanks for reading
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