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5-28-2010 @ 10:21AM
"I can think of a few explanations - Horde players like to be TOUGH RAWR and bully people, the Horde is better at PVP"I Agree with this. The whole horde setting sets the mood for pvp. The only place that doesn't feel at war and is actually peaceful is Thunderbluff and Maybe Silvermoon City, but htose places are deserted most of the time. So, it's not hard to feel the need for pvp, even if you're not on to it.Also, oddly enough, Horde are generally very organized in BGs, something we alliance lack unless it is a premade. But in world PvP, Horde players like to gank lowie towns, try to futily assault cities or have random pvp here and there. Good city defenders.. or better put, good Orgrimmar defenders lol. But terrible attackers.On my server, and specially in my guild, we have horde alts. We send some guildies to attack cities, just to activate the LD messages. Send spies with horde alts, and report false intelligence about "oh no, it's a pack of 20 - 25 Alliance, they just Killed me!". Soon you see the message "EVERYONE DEFEND THRALL"... 10 mins later Sylvanas is dead :PI guess the same could be applied to Alliance cities, most of us are hanging around Stormwind or Ironforge. Darnassus is not deserted, but there's mostly lowies there. Exodar.. it's a dead place. I don't know why Horde players don't exploit that (5 - 10 players is not exploiting the opening), even more when we see the LD active and we only say "oh well... let them have their fun."Sorry, I think I'm still hyped for my Guild's assault to Horde Cities last night ^^'. But yeah, PvP and BGs are great for filling the gap between expansions.
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