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5-28-2010 @ 10:38AM
Funny how the level of Ninja'ing went up dramatically on Frostwhisper ever since the alliance started haemorrhaging players to the horde...I've played on nothing but PVP servers since WoW was released, more so because friends prefer playing on them than out of personal preference. Back in Vanilla they had a point, especially prior to the introduction of the BG system, but in this day and age I can't help but feel they are an incredibly redundant part of the game. A servers community effectively used to revolve around the fact it was constant faction v faction pvp isolated on a single server. Since the move away to cross-realm battlegrounds, and now dungeons it really isolates the community side of things towards raiding on your faction.In Vanilla part of enjoying PVP so much, at least for me, came from facing the same people week-in-week out and recognising so many names from the teams you were facing. Now I walk around the servers I have characters on and barely recognise a single name.It leaves PVP servers at present feeling like little more than a griefer's paradise.
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