You must get bored ally
It's all about fun, and a PvP server tends to make it fun for one person and unfun for another. The one who gets the "unfun" end of it, will get their revenge eventually. So let the war commence! I've been waiting for this since EPL got patched with guards, finally a reason to take part in World PvP.
Finally, the Horde on this server needs to stop hiding in dungeons and in Orgrimmar and start being mean to the Alliance, and returning the favor. All we do is Bi*ch and yet we don't do anything about it! Horde start calling out in general chat when an Alliance gang bang takes place (you know it wont be just one of them).
Okay I'm done, but Alliance I hope to make some epic battles with you in the near future.
09/30/2012 12:21 AMPosted by ArtamusOnly if the Horde grows a set and starts ganking and being cruel to the Alliance as they are to us.
Not all of us are cruel. :) I actually haven't ganked a single horde that's questing. Know why? Because I don't want to be ganked when I'm leveling. It's rude and annoying. The only hordie I killed was one that attempted to kill me, and that was way back in the Jade Forest. Yeah, it's a PvP server, but it peeves me when I get ganked and I'm doing something. If I wanted to PvP, I'd PvP, but when I'm trying to level, I want to quest. Anyway, that's my 2 cents.
TL;DR: Not all allies are big meanies! Hah. <3
Bajerrah had two of his fanbois gank me, 3v1 while leveling yesterday before hopping in. Swifty got killed threes times by me and my raid today. And the rest of ya'll can go and eat me because this is a bunch of alliance kiddos waving their e-peens around and loling about, in which I respond with this...
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