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4-03-2012 @ 8:47AM
I love PvP in all of its forms. It offers a great challenge as you test yourself against human opponents. No fight is exactly the same. Also, the adrenaline rush from a pvp battle will almost always be there. You notice how people complain that PvE is boring a few months in? Well, once the fight is on farm, the adrenaline rush stops happening because you know the boss is going to die in 5 minutes time. Not so for PvP, every time you enter combat, you don't know who will die, who will live.It may have something to do with the fact that my first multiplayer games were head to head, and not co-op or Farmville, so I learned to enjoy competing against other players.Yes, there are times when PvP gets incredibly frustrating, such as doing 2's on my hunter and getting pillar humped for 40 minutes by a disc priest in Dalaran arena...Ok, that wasn't frustrating, that was hilarious. Especially when his partner created a toon to hate whisper me at the 20 minute mark.
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