I find the best PvPers are not outspoken at all. They just sort of do what they enjoy and welcome others to play it.
The outspoken PvPers tend to come across as braggarts and boorish louts.
Who would this be implying? Im just curious,
See I have one big question about the world PVP situation for our server. Wouldn't any faction intending to start world PVP be inhibiting the opposite factions "leveling" no matter where they did it at? Even if we went to Lions Landing in Krassang wild wouldn't we still be inhibiting the Alliance higher levels by slowing down their dailies and what ever else? On top of that if you want the opposite faction to respond wouldn't you want to hit the opposite closer to home? I feel its just the fact that the Horde tends to be more up front with how they are with their "honor and loyalty" from what i understand that's how the horde is look at Garrosh he goes face first into anything he thinks is fit mean while the King is just kind of chilling dealing with politics a different way and by different i mean more of a papers and talk way. I mean if attacking Goldshire is that big of a deal then why not ask us to move our spots occasionally or ask us to rotate to different capitals, I mean I'm pretty sure I can speak for all of B.S.V. when I say we don't care much whether we are attacking Stormwind or Ironforge we want the Alliance to show us we can't walk all over them with a 15 man raid group fight back, build an anti-horde raid that's what we want we want the ALLIANCE to show us they can fight too. So technically we are building you up so we can build ourselves up!
-- Lorashh, Scout of the Bloodsong Vanguard
(Sorry for any typos or what ever)
Well Said, no matter where we raid, someone will have an issue with it.
Also, what if the alliance were to raid orgrimmar and razor hill? and couldn't be takin out? then the same exact situation would occur, the alliance are "disturbing" lowbies questing.
The game was designed to allow people to pvp if they wish, and World PVP is fun, it allows the alliance to group up, coordinate their attack and push us back out.
What we do allows PVP on both ends of the spectrum, complaining questing and all that nonsense is just pointless, since this is not a pvp server. so they really can't be killed unless they want to be. And for the quests? we sit in the INN when we get overwhelmed with players, and there are plenty of quest givers that do not get pulled into the inn, simply put questing can continue almost 90% of the time. If NO players show up to gold shire? we push to stormwind.
If you want to start world PVP events, I'd love them and would likely participate, however if you're just going to grief Stormwind with cheap tactics, expect a similar response. I wish you luck.
This is what I think the people arguing with me about whether griefing Goldshire or dancing around in Valley of the Heroes constitutes "World PvP" are missing. That one blood elf hunter using the snake trap exploit to force flag people dueling so he can feel good about his easy mode kill isn't bragworthy PvP. Bragging about that is like bragging about how you kicked those kittens clear across the street.
Yes, world PvP will inevitably involve areas where people might be leveling. Don't kill the questgivers more than a couple of times. And FFS, don't expect respect because you sit on a bunch of level 10 NPCs for two hours, that's just silly. It's Goldshire. Everyone knows you're not doing it because you want world PvP. You're doing it because you think you're griefing ERPers.
Goldshire, is occupied by level 90 pvpers, obviously not as much as stormwind, but thats right there, 30 seconds away. you should take a look once in a while, since you seem to be so informed, When we do these world pvp events, we actually contact alliance players on our real id TO ASK FOR A COUNTER RAID. which creates a world pvp event, I assume you were leveling once or something during our events, you just seem so counter productive over something that could be fun both factions.
We are not planning to let the alliance know were going to raid ahead of time. The way it works is --> We Push --> You Form --> We Fight ---> Someone Wins.