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4-03-2012 @ 8:59AM
I used to really like pvp in the battlegrounds. The rush of getting jumped by a rogue or facing off against someone in a skirmish was pretty cool. I could care less how bad we lost or if we won. For me, it was knowing that I am playing against another human sitting behind a computer screen wanting to destroy me as much as I wanted to destroy them. It wasn't a battle against a npc with predictable actions that you rehash and rehash over and over again. You actually need to think fast in pvp.Unfortunately, it's that very same human element that has driven me away from battlegrounds. People are not graceful when they loose or if the team isn't doing well. You can't expect every person to mesh like a well oiled machine in battlegrounds unless you que with your buds you play with. Too many people blasting others and such horrible comments and immaturity, my goodness the immaturity.The human element, the lack of maturity and lack of being respectful are what have made pvping so undesirable to many, including me.
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