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9-20-2011 @ 8:23PM
I play Alliance on my main toon. What are these "healers" that you speak of?
9-20-2011 @ 8:49PM
They are the ones that heal the alliance that kill my Horde toons!
9-20-2011 @ 9:45PM
they're the ones too busy deepsing low deeps or having heals puny wasted on themselves.a agile healer is a godsend on a battleground.
9-20-2011 @ 10:27PM
I'm unsure why people make comments like this, both my girlfriend and I BG as healers on Allianceit's completly random whether or not you get healers on either side when I play my healers.. there are too many healers, when I play my DPS there are no healers. Blizzard have also stated that from a high view perspective, BG win/loss ratios are 50/50 horde/ally
9-20-2011 @ 10:55PM
"I'm unsure why people make comments like this..."It's a common complaint from nubs in PvP. On both sides. Being nubs, they generally don't realize that there's no difference, and the Hordies or Allies on the other side are saying the exact same derogatory things about their own side in BGs. People make comments like this simply because they're ignorant due to inexperience with the game.
9-21-2011 @ 3:39AM
I downloaded IgnoreMore from Curse and use it on anyone who starts to whine in a BG. It's made BGs much more fun.
9-21-2011 @ 5:37AM
@Artificial: I had a blast back when I PvPed on both factions. The QQ was exactly the same and everyone was sure the other team "always wins this one".(And I'm one of those elusive Alliance healers/flag carriers! I love the feeling of a LB blooming on me and imagining the Hordies going "@$#(@)$@".)
9-21-2011 @ 5:38AM
Oh, and 80% of the time, the other players are whining about "OMFG NO HEALS" just as I'm getting ganked by the Horde. Maybe you'd get some heals if you... you know... protected those healers?!
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