I haven’t seen all the end game material in the raiding and dungeon world and don’t really care to. Epic things happen in our beloved BG’s and you don’t have to have upper tier raiding sets to experience them.It seems people can’t stand dying or reading chat messages warning them of trouble or opportunity in the game they are in. This leads to a weak BG PUG team and poor overall experience.
The majority of raids and dungeons feature the same fight 50 times with 3-5 tank and spank bosses speckled throughout… I need the variety and demand it of my gaming platform. When the odds are actually against you the game becomes much more engaging.
Unlike PvE, your enemies are cunning, sneaky and potentially brutally powerful. No boss in PvE will come LOOK for you and surprise you whilst you fight 5 or 30 other mobs. 20 PvP enemies all working as a unit could be storming an area you are sworn to protect. Figure it out or be flattened. Period.
I haven’t seen all the end game material in the raiding and dungeon world and don’t really care to. Epic things happen in our beloved BG’s. Now, with Rated Battlegrounds and War Games upon us, I tremble when I think of what kinds of squads that’ll come to be and the Battle’s they will have. My only hope is that I find some good peeps to enjoy this with; you see, I almost exclusively run solo. BG’s have enabled this habit and also prevented me from really pushing far into ICC.
To correct my WoW social shortcomings, I’ve started a “Druid only” guild and hope to find more like-minded WoW-dicts and gamers who know what’s most important about the game – having fun. It’s called “The Class” and all of our member will have “it.” We will Skype and we will try to organize ourselves into a respectable rated BG presence in our Battlegroup (Emberstorm). If anything, we’ll have partners for the ever evolving Azeroth we run in.
It’s not fun anymore if it becomes work…that’s why I Prefer the Battlegrounds. See you out there!