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4-05-2011 @ 6:25PM
Excuse me, I play this game for more than 5 years ... and ... what are rated Bg's ?Because ... I play on high and medium servers and I couldn't find ANYONE to play these ...Oh our PVE guild tried to do it ... once and got owned. We lasted 2 minutes in AB with one kill for our whole team.I mean I LOVE BG's but I have yet even to find one single group on 2 realms wanting to do a single rated BG.Rated BG's must be one of the WORST things ever in WOW, since I WANT to play them but the problem is simple: no one wants to do them on most servers...I think the old system of the old BG titles was 10 times better.Bad really badly implemented. It shows only 2 posts reacted to this article.WHEN IS BLIZZARD GOING TOI REALISE THEY NEED TO CREATE CONTENT FOR 97% OF THEIR PLAYERS AND NOT FOR 0.1% ELITIST JERKS.
4-05-2011 @ 6:46PM
Sorry, but two realms is not "most servers."
4-05-2011 @ 7:36PM
No one cares about what you have to say. Go away.
4-06-2011 @ 5:49AM
I think you're just on the wrong servers - I see at least 2 or 3 PUG RBGs in trade chat every day, and I see a number of PvP guilds recruiting for RBGs. A few of my friends have joined the PUG ones and, while they have some pretty high resilience requirements (usually around 3k+ resilience), it means the PUG groups actually do pretty good even against guild teams. Anyway, my server is a very high pop server (people regularly PUG 6/6 BWD and 4/4 BoT, sometimes HMs even), so that probably factors in quite a bit. Plus, my server is a PvP server, even though there's only about 1500 alliance for about 21 000 horde, it still means we attract a lot of the PvPing crowd.
4-06-2011 @ 9:02AM
I'm on a medium pop. server, and we do rBGs every weekend.
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