I'm personally happy to see some of the Horde pvp guilds finally brush themselves off and come out of their bunkers. Hopefully the Horde can use this time to rebuild some of their shattered confidence after the last six months of Ruin occupation.
There is no denying that the Horde of Kil'Jaeden have been in a bad way with the departure of Aredone and his multiboxer friends and the collapse of several of their more prominent world pvp guilds and loss of many of their most active world pvp players.
It is no secret that after several months of having absolutely no opposition whatsoever on Kil'Jaeden Ruin has decided to combat our true enemy: Boredom. We await Blizzard's announcements during Blizzzon 2013. Hopefully there will be information on Titan or a more world pvp friendly expansion for World of Warcraft. Once the Horde on Kil'Jaeden have sufficiently rebuilt to provide us with some degree of entertainment we will consider returning to harvest once again.
It is time for other Alliance PvP guilds to take on a greater share of world pvp defense responsibility. Ironically most of the Alliance pvp guilds have no idea how to go about forming an Alliance. I suspect it will take some time for them to mature enough to realize the need for cooperation. As always Ruin will coordinate with willing Alliance guilds if they take the necessary steps.
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