02/22/2013 08:30 PMPosted by CatelynneI'm actually switching to a priest for PvP. :D
I did get the feeling multiple times through the event that I was the only person Alliance side who was actually trying to work with Felthier. One instance I vividly recall was after we first wiped the horde raids, when I was talking to Felthier about splitting up both sides.
When I brought it up in the leader OOC channel, I actually got multiple responses saying things along the lines of 'screw what Felthier wants we're just gonna do our own thing'.
It seems silly to me for people to complain about a lack of communication when there were Alliance leaders actively refusing to work with the event coordinator.
From my old experiences we had both factions' leaders in one vent. This way we could give warnings and both sides could verify when they're ready. There was no clear definition of "we're attacking at 8pm". At least from my raid's perspective. Because we didn't even have a full raid as I said before. I can't speak for the one in the back. This would also help give some light to a lot of us who were dead and couldn't see what was going on. Because I couldn't see the outcomes personally. It wasn't clear to me who was winning what. Just that I was being killed as I got up and tried to get out of the way.You.have to understand that you were not the only faction leaders there. I had around a dozen of guild leaders and officers to work with. Overall the Alliance were extremely well positioned and prepared. When I have 200 players moving at once. Most had a great time and saw a lot of good action. It wasn't till a small minority became very vocal and left. That pretty much promises that the rest of their factioned was defeated.
We appreciate stuff like this being put up. And the effort of the event doesn't go unnoticed.
02/22/2013 08:09 PMPosted by FelthierI was doing my best to juggle the Alliance raids. I know I was speaking to several people consistently. In the future, I'll just be on vent or something with them.
02/23/2013 04:51 AMPosted by AshenliI was doing my best to juggle the Alliance raids. I know I was speaking to several people consistently. In the future, I'll just be on vent or something with them.
This. Always should have been like this. Always. I use to dual vent just to make sure Sha'nash knew what was going on as well. I had to tell them that i would be muting that vent so I might hear what was going on in the vent with the leaders, but it worked. Rather well.
And Mae is totally right, these things are HUGE! It takes a lot to put them on. It also takes people stepping up and saying "Hey, let me help you out." People that step up and do that really sets themselves apart from everyone else.
And honestly, doing what we use to do in Cata for the five months of leading up to Theramore would be a good idea. One raid for the actual Storyline RP-PvP and then the two raids of world PvP. Yep, you would have to split some people up for the Storyline Rp-PvP, but then again, you want your cream of the crop of that. Step on toes if need be. I think most people on Alliance side know I sure as hell don't have an issue doing that.
And when Wargames are suggested, allow someone to chat the idea out with you. Wargames would of been a -great- way to deal with the lagfest people were dealing with. Yep, more toes being stepped on, but you do what needs to be done.
02/22/2013 11:55 PMPosted by FelthierYou.have to understand that you were not the only faction leaders there. I had around a dozen of guild leaders and officers to work with. Overall the Alliance were extremely well positioned and prepared. When I have 200 players moving at once. Most had a great time and saw a lot of good action. It wasn't till a small minority became very vocal and left. That pretty much promises that the rest of their factioned was defeated.
02/23/2013 07:02 AMPosted by CytheConstant vent communication between opposing sides is completely unnecessary. The problems the Alliance had are as Danyl said, everyone wanting to take control and no one listening. Also wargames go completely against the open world pvp that The Kun Lai campaign is there to create.
02/23/2013 08:30 AMPosted by AestiahAs the event progressed, more did come in to fill in the empty slots of the two raids. So yes, it did eventually get full. However, Alliance still dominated Horde significantly during the event in numbers and was very close to wiping us.
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