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5-02-2009 @ 3:12PM
I would just like to point out that these achievements fall in-line with a huge majority of the other PvP-based achievements currently available. Just take a look at the list required to acquire "Master" of any Battleground; those achievements are difficult to say the least. These current achievements are a drop in the bucket in comparison.And I would also like to say that just because someone may not like PvP or the BGs doesn't entitle them to an "easier" or less imposing product. Blizzard chose to implement a PvP-oriented achievement for a world event that is relatively mild in nature. Sure, it may take some planning and coordination, but it is an achievement and not a freebie, afterall.Just have fun with it. ;)
5-02-2009 @ 3:20PM
@Jagoex my point is that PVE servers shouldn't have PVP I choose to PVE now it would be different if I hod rolled on a PVP server, then i would have nothing to complain about.but basically requiring PVE'er to participate in juvenile PVP is ludicrous
5-02-2009 @ 3:39PM
@GreenhornsI understand that you rolled on a PvE server so that you wouldn't have to deal with PvP -- world PvP can be brutal at times and I would do the same thing if I didn't enjoy having to deal with it almost all of the time. However, that does not make you immune to the Battlegrounds, which are essentially instances with the opposing faction involved.You do not HAVE to enter the BGs. And you do not HAVE to do so at this time either. But the problem lies in the fact that you WANT to. Right?There are PvP and PvE aspects to this World Event, and many people are going to find themselves in environments they do not enjoy. And while that may be uncomfortable for a little while, we are not entitled to having this game cater to our own wants (not needs).Again, if you are a PvE'er, throw together 5 or 10 guildies and group queue. Use your experience to your advantage, and you will get this done without an issue, and without having to deal with the nonsense BG experiences Zach is talking about in his article (for the most part).
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