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5-06-2009 @ 11:35AM
I have been saying since vanilla wow, and will continue "Blizzard should take OUT the rez timers when you die, if they want to effectively promote world pvp and all that."Seriously...it all started in 1.9. When AQ came out, and the pvp points were there, everyone bum rushed. Albeit there was alot of alliance, but thats another rant for another day. Anyways, people were FLOODING silithus. No geysers to be found. So, you had to run around ALOT and find one or wait. But, you could pvp with alot of people since they auto flagged. If you died in a heated pvp battle, you had to wait, an increasing amount of time. Once it gets to 2 minutes, it get tedious and seems no longer fun for some.Second attempt at world pvp was Halaa...now, i still go take halaa. What halaa did for me was give me a chance to pvp while leveling on a 63+ character, and get some rep and awesome gear while i was at it. But, this idea was quickly shot away due to the fact that if you died in a large scale halaa battle (which they were awesome at some times on my server), you had to wait a day and a night to respawn. Not fun.Also, taking out the world pvp timer would be promoting all world pvp. Sure, when players are being camped and someone finally gets someone down, and they insta spawn, it might be an issue. But the help and joy that this would bring to players would most definitely outweigh the problems.
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