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MVP needs an MVO

Roardin's Avatar

12.16.2011 , 04:33 PM | #1
I just had a suggestion I wanted to throw out to the PVP community. Let's add an MVO (Most Valuable Opponent) option to the voting at the end of a warzone.

I really like the addition of the MVP vote at the end of games, but I feel like something is still missing. What if we added an option to vote for the opponent who made our lives the most difficult, or just seemed unstoppable for whatever reason? I know after a close game or a good match, I'm usually thinking more about that opponent that was just annihilating everyone, than my own teammates. Besides, who is really the best judge of your team's MVP, the players on it or the players who have to go toe-to-toe with him/her throughout the game?

I just think it would be a great addition to warzones. I know from years of PVPing in other MMOs, I've always loved the excitement and fear of seeing that dreaded player from the other side who will push you to be your best. I will remember my fellow team members over the years, but there's also a place for remembering the great villians of PVP too.

Let's keep the sense of good and evil, and light and dark, by adding an MVO to our MVP.

zozob's Avatar

12.16.2011 , 04:40 PM | #2
Not a bad idea. On a side note don't just automatically vote top heals; top dmg & kill OR situational awesomeness needs some mvp love too.
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VanCarak's Avatar

12.16.2011 , 04:45 PM | #3
I could go for that idea. After all, having a healer just wreck your raid on the enemy base is of worth note. Or having a Tank just make your dps crap everytime he's around; or a dps that just can't be stopped. Think of Kingdom of Heaven and how Saladin ol' what's his face with respect because he was a fierce warrior and brilliant strategist. He let him leave Jerusalem untouched because The nomadic King had come to respect his opponent. (And Saladin was like that in real life not just the movie)

There are other examples of someone showing deference and respect to a noble enemy.

That would be a good idea, IMNSHO.
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