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4-03-2012 @ 9:40AM
I started playing Wow in 2005. I did mostly PvE, varying on the role. As far as pvp goes, at the begining, I actually shake in fear, before the loading screen was over. I was that scared. My favorite BG back then was AV, because I had less chances to get focused, as a ranged DPS in the middle of a 40men raid.Today, I enjoy PvP more, to the point I no longer shake and actually get excited at it. I got over my fear issues. I pvp on my resto druid, my disc priest, Arms Warrior and sometimes Unholy DK.One thing I really, really start hating about PvP, and this hate started at Burning Crusade, is Resilience. That one stat turned my pvp experience a nightmare. I could not longer survive more than a few seconds. Other players become "immortal", even if I played almost perfectly. Veterans can rolflstomp new pvp players like nothing, even to the point of disregarding interrupts, slows, debuffs, etc.Warcraft PvP was never totally about skill, but now it feels gear matters even more, to win. Which is sad.
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