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8-06-2010 @ 6:06PM
Something else: Pirates vs Ninjas.You get everyone involved together in front of the Gurubashi Arena (no groups!) and give everyone a Deviate Delight. Everyone who gets a Pirate Buff goes to one side and everyone who gets a Ninja buff goes to the other. Fight it out to the last (wo)man standing! If all of your enemies fall, prove who's the strongest out of your team! Then re group at the top after everyone's dead and do it again. No grouping/partying up to allow friendly fire to add to the fun. :P
8-06-2010 @ 6:17PM
+1 this sounds really cool..Since i dont think upvotes count more after the post is already blue.
8-06-2010 @ 6:25PM
only problem would be balance of the team. RNG could make it 200 vs 2 or 101 vs 99.
8-06-2010 @ 6:28PM
That is an awesome idea. I'd be surprised if this doesn't win.
8-06-2010 @ 6:33PM
@ Delloga:That's part of the fun! The odds won't always be even...can you show your superior skill as a pirate crew or band of ninjas by surmounting seemingly impossible odds?
8-06-2010 @ 6:38PM
This, and stream it so we can all watch from the safety of our homes
8-06-2010 @ 7:03PM
Love this idea! It wouldn't matter if the teams were uneven in numbers as they're certainly going to contain a range of levels and some people will have better gear than other's anyway. Sound like lots of fun though. Guess we need to start fishing for all the deviate delight we'll need in advance.
8-06-2010 @ 10:09PM
I said Guru beatdown but I like this idea better.
8-07-2010 @ 1:49AM
+1I said battleground, but I like this better.
8-07-2010 @ 7:18AM
+100 get it on video too!
8-07-2010 @ 10:26AM
i voted "ugh i hate pvp" but this even sounds fun to me !
8-07-2010 @ 10:27AM
said Gurubashi but this gets my vote even more
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