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5-03-2009 @ 12:58AM
I'd heard rumors of BG's where horde and allies worked together to get the achievement. Every one I went into I -attempted- to foster the same atmosphere with lots of /wait, /point @ orphan, /beg, /cheer. etc. What did I get for this effort? Death. Death. and more death. I did finally get the achievement, but the only one where the horde and I worked together was me and a moonkin in a tower in AV. In WSG it was darn right infuriating. At one point I was alone in the flag room with my orphan. I donned my Murloc Costume and ran around emoting..trying to look as non-aggressive as possible...DK walks in. Looks at me. Dead. Takes flag. I rez. Rogue ganks me before I can move anywhere. I just about threw my mouse and keyboard out the window at that one.Even after I got the WSG achievement the horde in my battlegroup were not interested. Rather than abandoning the game the instant I got my flag recap like so many others, I decided to finish out the game. We were losing terribly. I found myself in the horde flag room and there were 4 hordies sitting there with orphans out. I figured, well hell, they're clearly going to win anyway...so I popped down there in stealth...threw a few emotes out to let them know I wasn't sneaking up on them, and popped out a few feet from the flag. I didn't even have a chance to grab the flag and drop it for them...they killed me. How dumb can you get? Didn't even let me grab it so that ONE of them could get the achievement. *shrug* Anyway...that's how it's been pretty much the whole time in my battlegroup.I hated this achievement. I hate pvp and I suck at it. I was only in those BG to get my achievement so I could move on with my life and leave the pvpers alone for the rest of the year. Horribly designed and not at all thought-out.
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