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4-21-2011 @ 6:07PM
I found this post very interesting, and very different from the style of PVP found on my realm. I'm one of those people who absolutely hate World PvP. I know the usual argument is that if you're on a PvP server you know what you got into however in my experience and from talking to a decent number of people I know, often it's the case where you'll join a server due to friends on it while having absolutely no interest in pvp whatsoever, and by the time you're established enough to realize you'd prefer to be on a non-pvp server it's simply not worth the transfer cost.One of my major problems with World PvP is that it tends to devolve into a case of large swarms of characters descending onto someone who's just trying to get some questing done, so that there is no element of skill involved and just allows for some epeen stroking of mediocre pvper's. For example in TB on my server there was the phenomenon of all the raiders who were trying to get trinkets, etc having to put up with a guild that's sole role was to simply rove the peninsula in large groups to pick off people.I applaud Tenj however because of the fact that their bounty system seems to at least filter their targets to more deserving individuals and add the element of skill in trying to find their targets rather than indiscriminate ganking.
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