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2-18-2010 @ 4:20PM
Hmm. I'm not sure whether to be excited or dismayed about Tol Barad having a lot of dailies. In the interview he called it a "a core daily quest hub". I love PvP, but on my server the Horde outnumbers the Alliance 3 to 1. I guess it's too early to say for sure how it will play out, but for servers with extreme faction imbalances having a "core daily hub" there could be trouble. I wasn't around during the Isle of Quel'Danas, how did that play out for servers with large faction imbalances?
2-18-2010 @ 6:29PM
Imagine doing your dailies with a 3:1 tenacity buff. How awesome would that be.
2-18-2010 @ 7:01PM
"I wasn't around during the Isle of Quel'Danas, how did that play out for servers with large faction imbalances? "Large groups of the dominant faction regularly formed parties that went around slaughtering any members of the opposing faction they found doing their dailies.It's a blast for the dominant faction, but it's really hard to survive and get anything done if you're part of the smaller faction.
2-18-2010 @ 11:08PM
@Mel3x health and damage means nothing when you have 3 players on you who chain crowd controls and interrupts/disarms/silences you
2-19-2010 @ 2:21AM
The way I've understood it, is that only the faction that took Tol Barad would be able to do the dailies. Sort of like Wintergrasp and VoA. I may be wrong, though.
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