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4-05-2011 @ 6:55PM
Correct me if I'm wrong but there are no longer skirmishes. Also, more often than not the situation being referenced involves a friend who may or may not suck at PVP wishing to just get his games in for points, but really wants your help! A skrim won't let you help him get points, sure you can argue skrims will help you teach him or her but the fact of the matter is the majority of players wishing to play with friends is that they also wish to not necessarily boost their buddies points but to aid them in getting more. (Yes a lot of boosting does occur but that's not rly my point). Just saying that skrims don't solve this...... I know they did something like war games but I can't even find that option...is that just a rated bg thing too? Anywho..... has anyone complaining about not finding a rated BG even spent time looking for one?I mean actually sitting in trade for 15minutes..... and even longer..... asking for others to play with? Most of the time groups aren't actively recruiting others for these RBGs, but when they see people interested they'll whisper them and pick them up, at least for another time if not right then.A lot of pvp guilds are out there that don't rly raid, and they enjoy the occasional friends list bg'r to pick up when a normal memeber doesn't show. A lot of negative QQ going on so far but this really is a grand idea, the entire post. I concur!
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