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10-18-2011 @ 8:00PM
Back when i first started playing WoW and jumped into my first BG which was of course WSG, there was this guide that that /said what we need to do and took us around the back and showed us how to get to the ally base as quick as possible without being detected. Now that was a longggg time ago (Now i am Sr. Sergent Shobu, okay well i was not that good but still im a sergeant so do what i say!) and my memory fails me so Ive been wondering for a long time was that how everyone experienced it when they first jumped in I.E. was their an NPC early on in the game to show people how things were done or was that just a really nice player showing everyone how to win. (which we did)
10-18-2011 @ 9:43PM
You pretty much got a really nice player. I remember there being instructions on how the various battlegrounds were ran when they first came out -- I also remember that in order to participate you had to go to the entrance of the battleground. It wasn't so bad for Horde and WSG, since it was so close to Orgrimmar, but Alliance players had to fly in from Theramore to Astranaar, or worse, Darnassus to Astranaar to get to their entrance. At the time they were launched, I had just started playing the Horde alt that became my main, but I still logged on the Alliance character to try out the battlegrounds. It was...pretty much sheer chaos inside, mostly because the things were new to EVERYONE -- so it was a really even playing field, in that aspect! XD
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