Mar 22nd 2011 11:07PM Look at the numbers on the side of that chart. The largest difference in win percentages for any of the battlegrounds is Eye of the Storm which is %16. The average of all BG faction inequality is less than 9%, That's hardly a game-breaking difference.
Since most BG's are very nearly mirrored for each faction I think the more likely reason for win imbalance is not BG design but the kinds of people who choose to play Alliance and Horde. I would be really surprised if the 9% difference had a cause other than the difference between the types of people that choose each faction. Racials certainly aren't making that difference.
Mar 19th 2011 11:13PM I'm so glad someone who wasn't me also made the Spinal Tap connection to this Queue.
Mar 19th 2011 11:08PM Man I love watching that Ulduar trailer, and not just because they mention the "Death God." The raid remains my favorite among all of WoW's raids and this trailer was a great into to it.
Mar 14th 2011 3:58PM Disgusting and terrifying or freaking awesome? It's about time those filthy hair-lipped humans got what was coming to 'em. Death to the Scourge and death to the living!
Mar 2nd 2011 4:40PM Just because they're standing on top of the flare doesn't mean that they can't be sapped ;)
Feb 25th 2011 7:43PM Play through the Stonetalon questlines, you may just change your mind about Garrosh
Feb 18th 2011 2:16AM Dear God, thankyou Gamer. I'm glad someone said it.
Feb 16th 2011 10:15PM The fact that you're still using Subtlety in PvE makes your claims dubious at best.
Feb 16th 2011 10:14PM I had some trouble finding a good rogue pvp resource too but eventually stumbled upon this, http://www.wowhead.com/forums&topic=178366&p=2459273
Some of the info there is debatable but it's a good start. I'd really like to see some more thorough discussion of Rogue PvP though, it seems like this is one area where the really good rogues are keeping their secrets well.
Feb 16th 2011 10:09PM What Chase said is valid, it's the non-gendered singular. While there is debate in the linguistic community over whether or not there should be a different non-gendered singular used instead, what Chase said is well known as the currently accepted version.