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6-09-2011 @ 2:04AM
@GlarasThanks for the clarification, re: personal, inter-faction griefing. I didn't see it or hear about it during the event (or at least, I don't remember it), but in retrospect, given how often the PvP forums are alight with "PLZ Blizz let me attack that guy in my own city," that makes a lot of sense. What I actually have heard up to this point is about people who mostly stayed in the cities no matter what, trading on the auction house, and how the invasion interrupted their businesses. For what it's worth, now that I know what the problem really was, I actually agree that the zombie-PvP event should not have happened. I recently moved servers on some of my mains to avoid a core group of former guildmates who were extremely hateful and obnoxious after I left their guild (I was burned out on raiding, but they weren't burned out on getting drunk, rolling a level 1, and whispering nasty things to me), so I can definitely see how things could get personal and out of control very fast. I'm sorry that I came across as condescending - I didn't intend to be, and I honestly thought I was being respectful in my comments to other players. I did love the event while it was happening, and the sense of peril that it engendered. I still wish there had been more "oomph" to the elemental invasion, and more "oomph" to the current state of the "broken" world. Hellfire Peninsula is -- but more important -- FEELS more dangerous (at the appropriate level) than any "broken" 1-60 zone I've leveled through. I sincerely apologize for coming across like a jerk, and appreciate that you explained the problem. Communication is good.~Hob
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