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4-28-2010 @ 3:45PM
"What I want is one good reason why you shouldn't be able to communicate cross-faction that the current liberties with cross-faction characters on PvP realms, the Battle.Net friend system, and ventrilo do not completely circumvent."Uh...the scenario I already laid out where strangers are involved?Like I said...we understand that people can get together with their friends under the "right circumstances" and do easymode PvP achievements (like killing 20 mounted players in WG or something).What they CANNOT do is just stand around Dal yelling, "LF Hordie to stand in WG while I shoot at you."Do you really think that the "potential" to circumvent the language barrier when playing with your friends justifies removing it completely?Think of the achievement Duel-icious and how little it means because anyone can get it by trading duels with random strangers in Goldshire, etc. I would prefer if all PvP achievements didn't become a matter of chatting up the nearest Horde to lay down and die for you.Another reason? During legitimate PvP, I really don't want to get whispers from random pissed of strangers on the other side when they're losing (or idiotic gloating when they're winning). I hear enough crap in our own /bg chat without having to hear the other side cuss me out, too.Can they go through the trouble of making a level 1 alt to harrass me with? Certainly. You have to look at "probability" though. While this is possible, it's not as likely that they will do that as it is if they can just type /t Cutaia.
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