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7-19-2010 @ 11:56PM
Based on several years observation and WoW gaming, it would seem PvP causes WoW so many game play issues because they want it to run concurrent too the PvE experience. Like mixing chalk and cheese really and here in 2010, they're still stirring the sludge..again.They already have PvP specific servers, why not define that difference and have a pure PvE game build on a PvE server, and PvP Game builds on PvP servers? You make your choice and enjoy the type of game play one would prefer.We already have separate systems in Armor, currency and zones etc. Why not just create a build that is set to PvP mechanics throughout? You could even unflag to meander about, in an environment that is set to your PvP character if you prefer to level without PvP sufferance all the way up.Personally as a PvE exclusive player, I understand others enjoy PvP, however I am getting tired of redoing talent trees, downloading patches and content to fix problems in part of the game I never touch. (Seen enough PvP in real life to be over the notion of harming other gamers virtually).
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