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7-30-2010 @ 7:13PM
Not me. I'm a regular reader of Wow.com, and I am in no holding pattern. I tend to skip most of the Cataclysm articles. Albeit, that means (to my disappointment) I'm not getting much from Wow.com lately. So, I'm going back and reading articles I missed from months ago.Nope, I don't much like all the attention to the expansion right now. For me, the game, the story, is what exists now, not an expansion that's still months away. I'm still interested in Wrath and taking out Arthas. I'm a casual player for the most part. It's hard enough keeping up with what's in game at present. I certainly don't want to concern myself with something in game that doesn't even exist yet. But, that's just the way I like to play.I still appreciate your columns, though, Zach! :)
7-31-2010 @ 1:03PM
I played on a PvE server for 2.5 years and moved to a PvP server to join some friends. It was fun, but I think that many people tend to exaggerate the amount of world PvP that goes on. I found, that for the most part, many players on the PvP server raid as much as PvE players. That means they're leveling and not necessarily interested in slowing down unless your red name tag moves directly in front of their face so that they have to fight.I've also found that many players on PvP servers utilize BGs and arenas so that they don't have to go looking for a fight that might not materialize ... especially if the sides are unbalanced and one side decides that 20 v 5 isn't fun at xroads. Imo, perception created by the types of articles above doesn't in fact actually equal the reality of playing on a PvP server.
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