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PvP Pet Peeve
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Earlier this morning, I went into Warsong Gluch with my level 90 huntress. Firstly, I should mention that she is not geared at all, but I haven't been much into pvp since joining my raiding guild, so I didn't really care.
We were on our last flag. I had captured the other two, and so I was going to help protect the guy who picked it up this time. He dropped it right in front of me and said here, take it. So I took it, obviously. I was heading into the tunnel when six Alliance ambushed me. I was alone because the people on my team had spent the whole bg raiding the middle. I died pretty quickly, needless to say.
The guy who had told me to take the flag then stated in the bg chat that if you have 288k health, you shouldn't pick up the flag.
IF YOU'RE GOING TO GRIPE ABOUT WHO CARRIES THE FLAG, DON'T DROP IT IN THE FIRST PLACE! IF YOU DON'T WANT A HUNTER WITH ONLY 288K TO CARRY THE FLAG, DON'T TELL THEM TO PICK IT UP!
Sorry, that's my rant.... I hate stupid people who do stupid things like that. It's probably one of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to pvp.
I've found PvP to be just hilarious, sometimes. It's typically 90% individuals who are going to push every thing that goes right onto the rest of the team, as if they are the only one thinking things through. It's usually a hindsight-is-20-20 deal, where you get messages like "DON'T PICK UP THE FLAG IF YOU ONLY HAVE 288K HEALTH" after that person dies with the flag.
The other 10% of the group is willing to communicate strategy
everything goes to hell, only to find that the bulk of the group will be raiding in the middle.
Once in a while I luck out and have some fun, but usually it ends up being a big clustersmuzz and you just can't let that stuff get to you too often. I totally hear where you're coming from.
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