I'm very sure I'm about to get yelled at, but I'm just too darn curious at the moment. In regards to PvP (because I don't really like PvE), what's with all the ego out there? I swear I've been hearing more and more people with huge egos lately. No, I'm not going to point out anyone, but it just gets rather annoying when "Everyone on the opposing team sucks!" yet we still lose a match with people who claim to be "pro" on our team. This idea then leads to players starting controversy with each other. Now I'm not saying that a little rivalry is bad, but I've seen people getting seriously mad at others.
Another major problem I've noticed, that is somewhat increasing, is bashing newer 50's that pvp. I'll admit, I've done it myself at times, but I've seen some people get super pissed off at some people. If possible, can we try to cut this out and replace it with constructive criticism that could possibly help newer 50's get better at pvp, specifically with team mechanics.
If this is offensive to anyone... well, it's the truth. I'm not trying to be mean or pick anyone out, but I'd really like to see a decline in ego.
Get used to it. The majority of PvPers are like that. PvP is just that competitive. Even pro athletes call each other names across the field/ice/whatever(not equating PvP to being like a professional sport, it isn't, just pointing out, it happens in most competitive circles).
Here, you see more of it, because most PvPers are youngsters, teens, and they call people names at school all the time, why wouldn't they do it in PvP?
People who get super pissed at others for not being able to play at their "level" (I use this term loosely), need to be ignored. Seriously, that's what /ignore is for. If you don't want to hear them, you don't have to. Its a great idea, and beats ranting on the forums about it.