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5-28-2010 @ 9:28AM
On my server it is a fairly balanced horde/ally ratio. However there are alot of horde that like to camp lowbie areas. The favorite seems to be the roofs in Darkshire because the guards cannot reach you. I got so ticked off one morning that I got on my leve 70 (level cap at the time) that I went to the blood elf starting area and destroyed everything in sight for an hour. Guards, npcs, the few high levels that came to the rescue, and the few lowbies that did not know any better. I then went to Arathi Highlands on my rogue and made a rather disturbing discovery. I was on the roof there (it was the only one that I knew I could get on in a town) shooting lowbies with a crossbow, and to my amazement every time I killed someone, a level 65 elite showed up behind me. I did not have any trouble taking out the guard, but I put a ticket in questioning why guards did not spawn on the roof in Darkshire. This lead to an argument with a GM where he threatend to ban me for a few days if I did not calm down at him since I called him incompetent. This lead to more words of wisdom on my part and an eventual log off on my part. There have always been rumors that the game is balanced towards horde, this was just more evidence. Later that day I decided to vent more frustration by going to the portal in Undercity on my rogue and killing flagged players, After a while that got boring so I went back to questing in darkshire, and guess what, more rooftop campers. I am glad all ten of my characters are 80 now so I dont have to deal with lowbie griefing areas until Cata.
5-29-2010 @ 1:07PM
I hope you enjoy it when those lowbies get all nice and level capped and come and grief you while leveling alts in Cata.Seriously you get angry that someones ruining your day so go and ruin someone elses. This is going to stop the practise how?
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