In the latest scandal to rock the Horde since Garrosh Hellscream’s rise to power, Drek’Thar has been implicated in a win trading scandal and sentenced to execution. (more…)
Archive for July, 2011
- nor about the titles you show
- nor for that matter if you have a 3200 arena rating.
- I only care that you play to win, and do that well.
So we have a new guildy, a pvp loving guildy. I’ve been in WSG with him all weekend… school holidays.
Yeah, he’s a young guy. His parents are younger than me.
I don’t care about that either. He plays his rogue well. Peeling is his favorite word. He’s a team player, setting up opportunities for the win. I like that, it’s the way I, and my mates play. Personal glory 2nd, win for the team 1st.
He has one annoying habit, one I haven’t had much personal experience with in a while and when I did it was related to PvE and Gearscore.
He idolizes gear, titles and arena ratings.
When we enter a BG, he is immediately inspecting the team.
Wow, she’s got a 2800 arena rating from last season.
That guy is a Battlemaster!
That warrior is sooo geared.
Look at that noob in greens/heirlooms/last season’s/PvE gear.
To me all of that is irrelevant. Sure it indicates that a player has won some battles, but ratings can be forged, titles can indicate a selfish player, gear indicates nothing more than a grind (more…)
To which I respond…
No we’re not.
Kill them before they hurt you.
Focus their healers, send them to the graveyard 1st, make them wish they hadn’t joined the BG too.
A long time ago Gnomeaggedon joined the circle of healers meme. People thought it was novel, a joke, but I was DEADLY serious.
You don’t need healers to win a BG, you just need to make sure the enemy has none.
This was highlighted on the weekend and began with comments just like the title of this post.
A short time later, I had capped for the 3rd time and the enemy team never got out of the graveyard I was slowfalling over each time with the flag.
Healers are overrated.
Of course due to the insanity of world time, I probably wont be there to watch live, but you can be.
Why don’t you drop by and see how it turns out?
Gnomer and Out!
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