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8-15-2010 @ 4:02PM
Your argument is flawed because you assume the dilution of the playerbase is different. For example, let's say there are 10,000 level 85s online, 3,000 are Horde and 7,000 are Alliance. Assuming 50% of people are doing something PvE gear related, 30% are doing instanced PvP, 10% are doing other things and 10% are world PvPing it still means the Alliance can field an equal strength team in any zone the Horde is in, and more often than not outnumber them, whilst still having garrisons in different zones. I.e. if the Horde sent out all their world PvPers to Zone X the Alliance could easily match and beat that whole Hordeside team whilst still holding and reaping the benefits of Zones Y, Z and W.
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