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5-02-2009 @ 3:06PM
Here's the problem. Blizzard is basically forcing this PVP crap on PVE'ers if we want to get our proto drake. IMHO PVP should not even be possible at all in no way shape or form on a PVE server. That is why I play on a PVE server so i don't have to get ganked by 12 yr olds. PVP is for immature kiddies that like to gank others probably because in real life they get swirlies on a daily basis so this is their way of letting out their rage.So quit whining that we are ruining your battlegrounds it's not us it's Blizzard. Let is finish our #@#@$#@@# achievements and we'll go away and not be back until the next holiday.
5-02-2009 @ 4:03PM
You should really consider the possibility that some people like PvP because they like the different kind of challenge it offers from PvE content - not necessarily better or worse, just different.But hey, if you want to continue sounding like the 12 year old you said you don't want ganking you, feel free.
5-02-2009 @ 5:59PM
PvP'ers != GankersI'm in a raiding guild, and I absolutely love PvE (It's mostly the social aspect of it first -vent etc.-), but PvP has it's rewards too... Working together as a team to win battlegrounds and a sense of accomplishment from when you say an extremely well played out BG. And what's more... You expect to kill or be killed, so it's nothing like ganking whatsoever.This achievement encouraged BG participation, and I've never seen so many players in AB before, but it's not exactly encouraging them to do the right thing. I'll get the achievement done eventually, but it still won't be a very well thought out achievement.
5-02-2009 @ 8:12PM
@Maxim:Apparently PVP = GANKGoogle define: gank and you getGanking is a frowned-upon practice in online roleplaying, video games which employ player versus player combatHMMM seems i'm not the only one to see it this way
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