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5-27-2010 @ 7:19PM
What if you hate pvp, Like me?
5-27-2010 @ 7:24PM
be glad they are giving us another raid before cataclysm when they pretty much implied they wouldn't be releasing more raid content for WotLK once they did ICC? yes i know, they said "no new tier." but the only new raids we got with this xpac came with new tier, so it seemed like an implied statement... at least to me.
5-27-2010 @ 7:35PM
Yeah I am happy too. Always wanted a other OS style raid!
5-27-2010 @ 8:56PM
Then you and every other PvP hater will post on every single PvP thread about how you hate PvP as if we're supposed to take it out of the game for you, is what. It's getting old. We get that you don't like PvP. So, therefore, what? I don't like to raid much, so I don't do it much. I also don't hang out on forum threads devoted to raiding, whining about how raiding sucks, or is imbalanced, or hurts my precious little feelings, or whatever. PvP is a major part of the game whether you like it or not. We don't need to hear from everyone who hates PvP on every PvP thread. Your dislike of PvP is not relevant to this discussion. Please, with all due respect, go away.
5-27-2010 @ 9:01PM
Hangk this is all about "battlegrounds as a bridge between content" I just saying that will not work for me. I think its pretty relevant to the topic...
5-28-2010 @ 2:06AM
This is why atm I am completely avoiding battlegrounds and leveled an alt instead. They have become "which side outgears the other". I am a huge fan of BGs but at the end of an Xpac, everyone does what Zach says and it like Children's week all over. While having a slaughterfest in the middle of the road is fun every once-in-a-while, every BG it gets annoying and I actually like quick games sometimes instead of turtlefests.
5-28-2010 @ 7:14AM
Making note that you don't like PVP, and that using PVP as a bridge between content doesn't work for you is entirely relevant to this discussion...
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