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6-04-2011 @ 12:32AM
I am only just now going back to Hyjal because, unfortunately there were a handful of griefers on my server who figured out where the progression bottle-necks were and made it impossible to keep going if you were Alliance (huge population imbalance to start with). I gave up an moved onto other content. Yes, I wanted to see it but I knew that I had other places I could level in the meantime and I just got caught up in doing everything else. At least 4.2 is kicking my butt to get back in there and make sure I'm going to have access to the new content. :)I think that blizz should look at that kind of thing when it comes to heavily phased zones. If the area is compact it's just too easy for the arses to shut down progression. Yes, I'm on a pvp realm, it's "normal" if immature activity an normally I'd mostly laugh it off but when griefers have it too easy, it imbalances the pvp - big time. :) This isn't a QQ as much as it just something I hope they consider.
6-04-2011 @ 3:18PM
They did consider it, and they solved it. The solution is called a PvE realm...
6-04-2011 @ 4:32PM
Pfft... Riiight. There is no other zone in my experience over the last 5 years of play where leveling was so effectively shut down, by either faction. That was due to the very layout of the questing and sequence of phasing. I survived the gank-fest that was The Isle of Quel'Danas and got to exalted before a heck of a lot of the gankers did.So, sorry, not a viable answer. I like my server just fine thanks. Thanks for your "opinion." I commend you for not using term CareBear. ;-p
6-15-2011 @ 10:14PM
PVP wasn't a big issue in Hyjal even first week out on my PVP server. I think I can count on one hand the amount of times I've encountered world PVP since Cata came out. My server is quite evenly balanced between Horde and Alliance though. I honestly think 99% of people have completely gotten over the world PVP thing on my server, which is a shame to some degree.
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