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2-11-2010 @ 2:16PM
Wow, something's harder for Horde than Alliance. So surprised. Sigh.
2-11-2010 @ 2:21PM
Hmm. Speaking of faction difficulty for holidays, funny how the Valentine's boss AND Hallows End boss are both in Horde territory. I'm Alliance and on my server reaching either of them is very difficult due to continual griefing by Horde. It's not as unbalanced as you think.
2-11-2010 @ 2:43PM
This Just In: Grass Still Greener in Other Faction's Territory.
2-11-2010 @ 3:20PM
Yes, because getting thru a wall of Horde for BRD, SM, and SFK is so fun.We had so many Horde AOE'ing outside of BRD for the first year of Coren Direbrew we were disconnecting INSIDE the instance. The server started having problems, and our AH and BG's went down.And walking outside BRD looked like this.http://img707.imageshack.us/img707/4396/wowscrnshot092108142546.jpg
2-11-2010 @ 3:16PM
Ah, but it's more difficult for Horde on *any* server, not just the PVP ones. Consider that two of the Elders are located in or on the other side of Darnassus. There is *NO* Elder that the Alliance must go completely through a Horde capital to reach. Granted, Darnassus isn't as populated as, say, Stormwind, but still...
2-14-2010 @ 11:06AM
Is it just me, or is Darnassus the least populated area in the whole freakin game? I am actually curious for answers to this, as I have no Horde toons at all. I have found that Darnassus and the Exodar both seem to be incredibly dead. Are any horde cities similar?
2-14-2010 @ 2:38PM
@Damarlen: I for one am grateful that Darnassus is empty. SW is a lagfest of epeen strokers, mailbox dancers and gold beggars. At least when I want to get something done quickly I can rely on the peace and quiet of Darnassus. Plus it's 100% easier to navigate than SW or IF.
2-14-2010 @ 3:04PM
@Damarlen: It's just you. On every server I've ever been on, you're *far* more likely to run into crowds of people in Darnassus than on the Exodar. Darnassus isn't even close to being least populated.As far as Horde cities go, Silvermoon isn't terribly well populated, but it isn't quite as much of a ghost town as the Exodar. Like the Exodar, it's a place new alts show up in from time to time but no one goes to much thereafter. It beats the Exodar population-wise simply by virtue of the popularity of new belf alts.
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