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Voidstar completely ruined?

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Voidstar completely ruined?

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Bloodfeathers
06.26.2012 , 08:04 PM | #1
Why do you continually make the funnest map the quickest to end? I really enjoyed getting into Voidstar matches because it was a good source of continuous fighting.


Silly, just silly. I play pvp to pvp, not just win matches as fast as possible.

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Ssfbistimg
06.26.2012 , 08:12 PM | #2
Quote: Originally Posted by Bloodfeathers View Post
Why do you continually make the funnest map the quickest to end? I really enjoyed getting into Voidstar matches because it was a good source of continuous fighting.


Silly, just silly. I play pvp to pvp, not just win matches as fast as possible.
voidstar is nothing but an aoe zergfest. which sucks because now im forced to play that crappy Novare Coast warzone, because i cant quit both as soon as i load in.

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sauerkraut
06.26.2012 , 08:28 PM | #3
Quote: Originally Posted by Bloodfeathers View Post
Why do you continually make the funnest map the quickest to end? I really enjoyed getting into Voidstar matches because it was a good source of continuous fighting.


Silly, just silly. I play pvp to pvp, not just win matches as fast as possible.
You mean like heal, interrupt, throw rocks, heal again rebs win kind of fun?

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Durasturan
06.26.2012 , 09:18 PM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by Bloodfeathers View Post
Why do you continually make the funnest map the quickest to end? I really enjoyed getting into Voidstar matches because it was a good source of continuous fighting.


Silly, just silly. I play pvp to pvp, not just win matches as fast as possible.
If voidstar is the "quickest to end" for you then you probably aren't playing with a very skilled set of people. L2interrupt people placing charges. I haven't had a single match end with us getting all the way to the datacore yet today, so I really don't see the problem. It's still continuous fighting.