Jun 26th 2007 7:13AM @ 4 -- I agree it should be posted on their forums. But it is on the window on the left if you open up WoW. I just double checked it.
Jun 10th 2007 9:26AM He's a super twink, a super twink, he's super twinky, yao.
Jun 9th 2007 7:59AM @ 9 [The disparity between alliance and horde has historically been around 2:1 in favor of alliance. wowcensus.com is down atm so I can't link to the exact numbers.]
Well, if they're already unbalanced, how will will merging them affect it negatively? If there are already 10 battle groups that are 2 to 1, merging them into one big battle group where it'll still be to 2 to 1 is bad how?
Jun 8th 2007 6:58PM @ 7 -- that doesn't make any sense. If, as you claim, the battlegrounds are balanced over all, then if you merged them all into one super battle group then they would stay balanced.
Plus, merging them reduces the number of people who are waiting. If you have 10 battle groups, you could have 8 alliance and 8 horde on each battle group waiting for that 9th person to join to create a new AB match. That's 8 * 2 * 10 = 160 people waiting. If you had one battle group, there could be maximum of 16 people waiting. That's a great savings.
I'm not sure why they don't have one large battle group, as they could increase the strictness of gear matching and reduce everyone's queue times.