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7-30-2010 @ 7:41PM
But that's the fun of a PvP server. There's a real sense of war and hatred at times. Being followed by someone of the opposing faction can really get the heart going. Seeing a rogue stealth nearby keeps you on your toes.And it's the same the other way around. Seeing someone owning mobs like there's no tomorrow and catching them off guard. People adapt to this environment over time and learn to put up pretty good fights. I've been in several incidents where more and more people join the battle, turning into tactical 5 v 5 battle for who gets to quest in a certain area.And one of my fondest memories of WoW was my first ever world PvP kill. I was a level 50 something priest, running along on my mount, when a rogue sapped me. She didn't get a hit on me before I was able to regain control. Frantically mashing buttons in hope of causing some damage, I hit her with my holy nova. I tossed DoTs and HoTs around until she started to retreat. I was on Skype to a friend of mine at the time (also playing WoW), screaming throughout the whole fight. My words were something along the lines of "That's right, b***h! You run away!" as my Mind Flay melted her face.Good times...
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