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2-11-2010 @ 9:38PM
@NeoPhobos: You know what, I never complain about this stuff, ever--lord knows there are plenty of conveniences and irritations on both factions--but I am calling bullshit, bullshit, and more bullshit on all of this. I have level 80 toons on both sides, though my mains are all Horde, and there simply is no equivalent exchange going on here. Anyone who claims otherwise just doesn't know wtf they're talking about. There's the ease of getting to opposing lands: all of our capitals are quickly and easily accessible by Alliance via conveniently placed FPs, but getting to Night Elf and Draenei country is a royal pain in the ass even . And seriously, stop crying about having to get to Scarlet Monastery as Alliance. Because flying to Southshore and *swimming across a lake* is so vewy, vewy taxing. Try getting to Dun Morogh as Horde and get back to me. And I hope you enjoy the longest, most boring assed run in the game that isn't a BRD or corpse run. Remember the old Night Elf (and then Draenei) death run through the Wetlands? Yeah, we get to do that, only without the benefit of a flight point at Menethil. We get to start that sucker from either *Arathi* or Badlands, depending on how much of a masochist we are.And I can't believe Alliance players are seriously crying about "getting flagged". Even when you take the opposing players out of the equation, we get the joys of *always* having to run through not insignificant parts of Darnassus, dodging every freaking guard along the way. When Blizzard starts making Alliance have to actually go INTO the Undercity for this crap, instead of just cheesing it into the upper ruins, then we'll start to see an even playing field, and then y'all can start complaining./nerdrages and flings Hot Pockets into the air
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