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5-19-2009 @ 9:05PM
Luisette, well right now, the WG buff is stuck on alliance. meaning they can collect a ton of Stone Keeper Shards if they want (provided Blizz doesnt roll the tables back). I have to say though, with the shorter times, WG was a lot more fun than normal. tons more fun. In the end, on the server which I play, alliance actually worked TOGETHER. It was a beautiful thing to see. A rarity.I wish the WG battle occurred more often in the day. I hate logging in at night only to see I missed it by 10 minutes and I need to log in 2 hours. :c/
5-19-2009 @ 9:09PM
@Doobs:I haven't logged in yet today, so I was unaware that the buff would still persist even through disabling WG. From a rational train of thought, I can almost guarantee they'll do roll-backs on the shards collected... because otherwise, there's going to be hell from the losing faction on every server affected.But then again, this is Blizzard, and sometimes what's "rational" isn't always "implemented". God love ya Blizz, but sometimes you blow my mind.
5-19-2009 @ 9:37PM
i wouldn't guarantee anything...the alliance one had wg for three days after a wg freeze during i think the 3.0.8 "hey lets give everyone in the northrend the essence of WG buff at the same time... that won't cause problems" bug...there was qq, but no shard claw backs
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