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2-08-2011 @ 6:52PM
Honestly this really isn't about pvp or pvp strategies.....
2-08-2011 @ 7:27PM
Wait so attitudes in PvP isn't related to PvP? That's mind-boggling don't you think?
2-08-2011 @ 8:22PM
Although your post is blacked out and mine probably will be too, I have to agree with Jesse to some extent. Yes attitudes are a very important aspect of pvp. They're a very important aspect of every single thing you do in your life. You would be hard pressed to find something you did in the last week that wouldn't have gone smoother with a positive attitude. This isn't so much a pvp article as it is a life advice article. I may sound whiny but I find that the articles are much more interesting when they investigate the interactions between classes or the varying playstyles corresponding to different maps. But that's just me.
2-08-2011 @ 9:39PM
Ive got to agree, he clearly has writers block
2-09-2011 @ 3:12AM
Jessie,Every once in a while, it's good to write about the attitude of a good PvPer rather than PvP itself. Last week's article is largely about life lessons as well. While I don't do these kinds of articles often, they're just as important as talking about why Blade Edge Arena's Z-Axis benefits certain compositions.Some things go outside the game, like interacting with teammates. As much as I'd like to bring that down to talking about game mechanics, it's not. Arguably, interacting with teammates is one of the most important aspects of arena.Thanks for the comment.C. Christian MooreContributing Editorwow.joystiq.com
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