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#1 Nov 29 2010 at 11:51 PM Rating: Default
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I don't know if it's simply a case of all the Allies on my server suddenly decide to do the new quests, having all simply max-capped honor or some update I missed, but for the past week we've been having completely even WGs and often times Horde apparently outnumbering the Allies as I've actually had queuing problems getting in.

Can't complain though - Horde held WG the entire weekend, both O and D, which made farming my goblin trike on my engineer a dream as the toon was raking in the WG bonus non-stop.
#2 Nov 30 2010 at 4:35 AM Rating: Decent
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Yes, it's now the same as Tol Barad will be, where everyone is let in one by one, and you can only get in if there's also someone in the queue on the other side.
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#3 Nov 30 2010 at 8:03 AM Rating: Default
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That's kewl - looks like Horde is going to dominate that stuff from now on on my server then as the Allies haven't had to fight with anything less then three to one odds in forever.
#4 Nov 30 2010 at 3:57 PM Rating: Excellent
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rusttle wrote:
That's kewl - looks like Horde is going to dominate that stuff from now on on my server then as the Allies haven't had to fight with anything less then three to one odds in forever.

By the same token, Horde on my server had gotten so used to double-digit tenacity that they were massively overconfident in one-on-one situations. That might have changed through hard knocks, though. Horde will learn faster because of concentrated doses - they get in the queue whenever they want, whereas Allies fail four times in five.
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