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11-06-2011 @ 8:23AM
IF they bring back world pvp it would be interesting. Otherwise playing capture the flag or king of the mountain against another faction would bring very little to the game. Sure it may bring in some more lore and quests, but it seems they are moving towards identical quests for each faction anyway. Outside of a select few quests, both alliance and horde basically had the same path from 80 - 85. We all kill the same bosses in raids for the same reasons. We do the same dailies for the same reasons. To tell the truth, I was kinda expecting them to go the other way and essentially move to just one faction (moreso than just sharing pandas). Now if they did open up world pvp and made fighting over gilneas or southshore or the barrens etc, then yea going to 4 factions would make the game a whole lot more interesting. IF they did go to 4 factions, they wouldn't even have to break it down by races. just let everybody choose at lvl 90 or so if they want to fight for darnassus or stormwind. or org or the undercity. people and guilds choose a side (and they could re-choose later down the road).
11-06-2011 @ 11:47AM
It's not really an "IF", it is a pretty well stated fact that they are bringing back world PvP. Good, bad or indifferent. It will be center stage in MoP, at least early on. The jury is definitely out on what level it will be. It all depends on how powerful they make the guards in the new 85-90 zones.
11-06-2011 @ 11:25PM
The devs strongly hinted that the outposts where we get our quests from and do our banking and vendoring and AHing would be lightly guarded and quite vulnerable. So good luck getting anything done.
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