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2-22-2012 @ 4:37PM
"The notion that you don't mount in SWTOR PvP is absolutely incorrect. Unless you're heading for mid on Hoth, you absolutely mount up, if you don't then you're not getting to that point before the other team; they'll cap it before you get there."I don't know what you're talking about here: you CAN'T use mounts in warzones, period, and there is no warzone set on Hoth (You've got Alderaan, a spaceship, and the Huttball arena on Nar Shaddaa). I don't know if maybe you were referring to Ilum when you said Hoth, but even though you can mount on Ilum, he was specifically discussing warzones, not world PVP or TOR PVP in general."The ideal that you get to know you team purely because there's only 7 other people is utterly false. You get to know people that you PvP with because there's no cross realm PvP so you're often on the same team with the same people over and over again."That's ... what he said: "The smaller teams make a difference. You get to know your team members as well as your opponents. The names are familiar, especially since SW:TOR doesn't have cross-server matching. It's a much more personal kind of PvP, and it's one that helps build community." Yes, the main thing is the fact that you're only playing with people on your server so you see the same people all the time, but smaller teams play a factor as well. Even in WoW, I notice the names of my teammates a lot more often in WSG or even AB than I do in AV or Isle.
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