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6-09-2011 @ 1:10AM
I'm probably going to come off as a jerk to some folks, but here's the thing: I hate the forced factions. I'm on a PvP server, so PvP is supposed to happen, but a lot of people are on my faction to avoid PvP. It makes no sense to me, and it's upsetting when people on "my side" aren't the type of people I'd normally associate with. During the zombie event, we got a 3rd faction. I could gang up with alliance and kill people neither of us liked, and it was refreshing that, for a bit, WoW was a fun pvp game. There were social consequences, and the community had the power to do something.If you were on a pve server and got things disrupted, that sucks. But even with my limited play time, I generally finish WoW content pretty fast and get bored, and love to have something that mixes things up a bit. MMOs, to me, are supposed to be about the community, not getting through content.
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