Mar 13th 2008 6:52PM about the bgs: the instances that they put out take time to build and test too. thats understandable. the thing though is that they put out new instances all the time between xpacs. we got one new bg with the xpac, and thats all. its been over a year and nothing. just one a year would be stellar, or erm.. better. they just don't seem very concerned with pvp, even though a large of their player is.
Dec 6th 2007 9:08AM yeah i'm on stormstrike horde side too, so is it only our battlegroup getting this with av?
Dec 6th 2007 8:28AM i don't quite understand how some of the BG queues get so long either. its up to about 35mins for AV all the time.
Dec 3rd 2007 5:09PM i totally agree. i was in a WSG that lasted near two hours. we came from being down 2-0 and won it. but it was a huge time sink compared to what you get out of it. i'd rather have more matches than to struggle and go through that. it was an amazing match. but it was also before the new honor system thats in place too.
Dec 3rd 2007 1:39PM i like WSG, really i do. capture the flag is fun, and as a druid is run to run the flag and try and out-maneuver my opponents as best as possible.
the issue is that every other battleground has an alternate way of ending or some sort of timer so it can't extend into infinity. AV used to have this potential, but has been fixed with the additional reinforcements mechanic.
if one side turtles in WSG, it can go on and on. i don't know what can be changed other than putting a timer on it. say for an hour. if you get three flag caps sooner. cool. if not and its 2/1, the side with two caps gets two marks, other side one. if its 2/2, both sides get two its a draw. if its 1/1 each side gets one mark, its a draw again. might help might not, but could help ease the length of matches too.
Dec 3rd 2007 12:45PM like he sees the issues with the boomkin he plays? doubtful.
Nov 29th 2007 1:44PM and all those druids are restro i'm sure too :( why can't feral be viable in the arenas?
Nov 15th 2007 3:48PM to Joshua Ochs/#5
i'm a mac user, don't get cocky. there have been trojans for OS X already. one recently. but a trojan requires that you actually install it and open it and use it, which then, imo, is your fault. currently there are no self replicating trojans or viruses, and keyloggers certainly exist, but not in the way that they do for windows and are much, much harder to come by in the first place.
the bottom line is use your machine responsibly no matter what OS you use and don't be stupid with what you click on, download, or run.
Oct 17th 2007 7:55PM i grabbed 'em from my cache, put 'em up on imageshack, don't know how long they'll last though:
definitely not perfect, but a step in an awesome direction