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6-27-2011 @ 1:56PM
Definitely a "grass is greener" case.I used to get the same thing too: BGs were merely an exercise in how much Honor you could farm before the Alliance wiped the floor with your team, with absolutely awful teams throughout: endless arguing, half the team Jenkinsing themselves against the better-coordinated opponents, and a few sitting at the spawn point complaining about how Horde sucks at PvP. I made an Alliance alt at some point, and the very first BG he got into, the team was organized, cooperative, stuck together, and completely wiped the floors with the Horde. At the time, it seemed like the stigma was accurate.But recently I made a PvP healer to pair up with a friend of mine, and while we still get the occasional fail-squad (mostly in AV matches), we've also gotten highly skilled teams that steamrolled completely unorganized Alliance teams. Both side's got its share of issues.And bspauldin, though your comment was in poor taste, I couldn't help but laugh at how perfect its comedic timing was. Reminded me of this http://www.halolz.com/2009/02/03/inappropriate-humor/
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