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9-30-2010 @ 5:34PM
Same here.I like the free chaotic BG's to jump in and get the fun out of it. Like you said, rated Bg's could make this part of the game unplayable.HARDCORE premades with resilience at max, stats at max, coms at max and only the highest ratings accepted.See the problems ?As I play this game for the BG's (only do a Raid every 2 weeks or so with my guild) and yes I am in a guild with RL friends and they mostly don't like Bg's ... (not even Wintergrasp), I think a LOT of players who like to play the casual BG play will be in trouble...Certainly when there is a serious limit to the max number of rated BG's ... because those "harcore" "srs bussiness" folks will not stop after having killed all "free to play Bg's" and "noobs on their GY's".I know it does look foolish but by introducing the hardcore rated BG's, Blizzard would loose a lot of people who just want to have fun PvP without the need to go back to basement dweller status just to keep up with the button smashers... like we ALL see in Arenas...I am too old for that (eye hand coordination) so I play it tactical - like a kind of wargame - that's why I like being a healer - having an overview. ... But it is no fun when you'll get smashed to pieces in too hardcore BG's with an ideal mix of extremely good youngsters with perfected COMS play.I am very pessimistic about all this.
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