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1-07-2011 @ 10:26AM
"Everyone realizes how broken Tol Barad is. Even Blizzard, but they won't fix it."It's not reasonable to say that Tol Barad is broken if both Alliance and Horde maintain nearly matched control of the zone. What do you want out of Blizzard? Do you want more honor out of it? More commendations? Dailies with better rewards? Isn't it more satisfying to win a Battleground after a strong effort from your team than to just run around the zone aimlessly and win anyway? What's the point in that?And you talk of turtling like it's not a legitimate defensive tactic. Well, it is, and it takes effort to overthrow such a maneuver. I've read so many forum posts and article comments that complain about Tol Barad, I've lost track of what people are complaining about. Nobody likes to lose, but the only people who like sore losers are other sore losers.Thank you for the nom nom...
1-07-2011 @ 2:31PM
My realm has an over-abundance of Alliance, so we almost always lost Wintergrasp. Tol Barad is much better and actually changes hands fairly often. While I would agree that it is easier to defend, it is also not super hard to attack. You just have to know what you are doing and work together. I don't know why everyone is saying that it is broken. Maybe the other faction is just better at PvP than they are.I would have to say each faction defends 1-4 times before losing it (on my realm). How is that broken? People cannot expect to win every time. If you are having a hard time winning, maybe your tactics or teamwork are off.
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