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10-18-2011 @ 7:27PM
It's only been since mid-Wrath that PvP really came into scope for me. I like bg's on my druid, but I am pretty awful in the arena. I wanted to get a lot better at PvP on the whole, though; so I rolled a character (rogue; surprise, surprise) with the intent of doing very little besides PvP with her--practice, practice, practice, right?So far she's level 57 with about 8k HKs under her little gnomish belt. I haven't done any quests (save a few dungeon ones) since she hit level 10. I bg on her until she hits the lowest level of the next bracket. At that point, I take a one level break, hit a dungeon or two to try to get some better gear, and then get right back to it. I've learned a lot, not only about PvP itself, but about how to distance myself from the nerd raging bg'ers and focus on objectives (or if that's failing, killing as many priests as I can find...), and how to be confident that I know what I'm doing in there. Great advice; I wish I had seen something like this before I walked away from PvP the first time!
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