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12-06-2010 @ 10:14AM
@hagbardScripted?You clearly weren't in Thunder Bluff during the first city invasion. No warning. The clouds rolled in, and the elementals we had been toying with for days beforehand that were all tiny and small, all of a sudden were large...and pissed and large in numbers. And one-shotting the lowbies not smart enough to get out. Such was the scene in Orgrimmar.That "scripted" feel comes from the repeated invasions over and over. But such is the case with a video game. Once you've experienced it, it loses its luster. Such was the complaint of the zombie invasion. It was cool at first because it was chaos. It went with the lore prorgression, and people didn't know what to expect. It became obnoxious when people purposefully tried to manipulate to suit their twisted sense of humor. As I said...running into the Stormwind AH and spreading the zombie disease and causing mass gnomeicide was funny...once. Over and over, it was annoying. And yes, you could escape it by not hanging out in the city (as you pointed out for the Elemental invasion). In the case that you couldn't ignore it was because someone on the otherside purposefully went up to you to make it so. How is that natural and uncontrolled? No the zombie invasion was just as much controlled as you complain the elemental invasion was, only this time, there wasn't an opportunity to piss off the other side. No, you sir, missed the point.
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