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11-27-2010 @ 7:31PM
It is kinda of weird, but I guess it would be harder to have enough people on either side if they didn't restrict it like that. I mean, if you could play any one of the 10man or 15man battlegrounds at any time, and you picked say, AB, you'd probably always be going up against the same one or two teams that also picked AB. So then you'd probably only get a queue pop when those teams were actually playing, the same as they'd only get queue pops when you were playing.It would just suck, frankly. Queue times would be ridiculously long for everyone involved.
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