This is the WoW thread for bitching about PvP. Unlike PvE, at least we actually get to kill some of the assholes we are forced to coexist with. However, we are still PvPing in WoW, so it's a wash.
We are in the post-patch frenzy, trying to see which class and spec is OP.
I don't know what class is OP anymore. Probably all of them. Not me though. I'm always balanced. Like a goddamn empty seesaw.
With new content patches coming in, I've decide to make a brand new guide!
It is 100% newer than the last guide.
Rorus Raz's PvP Guide to PvP (with more NEW)
1. Run heroics and raids.
PvPing is for chumps, and the best way to get honor and valor is to just PvE until you want to throw up chaos orbs. Alternatively, you can spend money getting a shitty crafted PvP set and proceed to sit in lengthy queues for an opportunity to be steamrolled. You will wonder where your life took such a haphazard turn after your fourth hour of BGs and yet with only a paltry 500 honor.
So PvE is the best route for PvP gear. This is WoW, so this makes perfectly good sense.
2. You may now PvP
WoW has done wonderful things for many specs, keeping everything fairly viable at the pug level. It is hard to patch human behavior, however, so expect to still reap no enjoyment from PvP as your teammates continue to fight mid-field in WSG.
Disgusted with this farce, you finally quit. You realizing that, after three expansions, PvP cannot be fixed. At least not by Blizzard. Maybe by you
, you savvy armchair designer. PvE might suffer under your administration, but you figure raiding is due to spend some time as second banana. You do not bother shipping off your application, as something good came on TV. I think it's a Muppet Show rerun!
Blizzcon! New expansion! Blizzard re-gilds PvP with suggestions and features that you have been screaming about for years! Due to a terrible short-term memory (no doubt due to years of exposure to mild PC radiation), you board the hype train. First class. I think. You know, with those little rooms that have beds and shit. The really nice
part of the train. I've never been on a train, so just google "trains" and see what the really kickass part of it is. You're there.
But, nestled deep within your brainstuffs, is the doubt that this cannot be. PvP will always suck, and the self-loathing slowly accumulates. Your rage-furnace is stoked in preparation as you return to step 1.