Naked gnomes all around... *shivers*Destroying New York's largest skyscrapers and burying thousands of poor innocent in piles of melting iron in an attempt to coerce or provoke = terrorism
Logging onto a video game and making your little gnome stand in front of a building = not terrorism.
If you disagree, look at those two acts I describe and tell me which terrorizes you more.
Your sense of logic baffles me.Sephiroth said:i'm not sure if you're familiar with mmorpg's, but zergs are part of the game, whether it's for RvR zerging or for protest, it remains same shit, not worth a ban, if ppl are goin to have huge zerg fights in battlegrounds, are they gonna get banned starting from a certain amount of people ?
i hope u get my point, that this zerg banning is a joke, it didn't crash the server and zergs will always be part of mmorpg's (so will servercrashes; )
his logic makes perfect sence if u actually think about itWhisperess said:Your sense of logic baffles me.
How can you even think about comparing battlegrounds with amassing as many players as possible at the auction house in IF to deliberately make the servers unstable?
Your point is moot.
No it doesn't, when you think about it.Darksword said:his logic makes perfect sence if u actually think about it
Yes its a zerg. However, the game is called World of Warcraft, not World of Demonstrations. Such a mass rally is not part of the game and IF is not specifically intended to support such a rally, ON TOP, or the regular traffic that city experiences.Darksword said:200 people in IF protesting = zerg
Yes, I believe this is what the game is, in part, about.Darksword said:200 people charging a keep = zerg
Or a mass battle, again something that the game is supposed to be about.Darksword said:200 people fighting in 1 area = zerg vs zerg
No they don't. If, by some quirk of fate, an enemy can launch a 200 man assault on IF and a mass battle ensues, while the server might topple over, Blizzard while they could ban (as they have total control), probably wouldn't, as those people are playing the game.Darksword said:IF blizzard banned them for protesting and 2 stop the server crashing, well what if all those people were just having a huge rvr fight? do blizzard have the right 2 ban them 2 prevent a server crash?
The pop locks are there to ensure that both factions in the battleground are balanced in terms of numbers, thus preventing a zerg. I don't recall what the upper limit (per side) of the battlegrounds is, but I think its high enough to support what Darksword would consider a "zerg vs zerg" fight.mts said:heh, this guy talking about zergs being a part of the game.. thats priceless. i take it he didnt notice when blizzard mentioned pop locks on battlegrounds to avoid zergs