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Gotta let us pick our warzones we wish to compete in

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Gotta let us pick our warzones we wish to compete in
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Kalfear's Avatar

07.18.2012 , 02:20 PM | #1
So it took me 3.5 hours to complete my pvp daily!

Part of that falls on republic pvpers who run away from ground target heals and dont understand a simple rule Imps seem to live by,

healers help you survive, protecting healers means your protecting your own self interest

but thats not your fault and nothing you can do on that issue.

However, what is your fault and a issue you can fix is the q for the warzones.

ALLOW us to click off what warzones we wish to compete in

I personally refuse to play huttaball as a light armor Sage.
Where as its bad in the other warzones for being left to my own resources its tripled in Huttaball.
Add in the entire map is designed for heavy armor, large hit point, or players able to leap from level to level and yeah, im not bothing to try it as a healer anymore.

So you would think that means I drop from group creation 3-4 times at most to get my pvp daily (which on republic side normally means 6 losses except for off days).

Welp yesterday is exactly why we need to be able to choose when qing up!

3 turrets #1 - 3 creations
3 turrets #2 - 2 creations
Void Star - 2 creations
(if your saying, but thats 7, I quit one as a guy on our side was exploiting and bragging about it so I reported and quit WZ, I dont need wz credits like that)
Huttaball (and this is NOT a exageration) 16 SIXTEEN CREATIONS!!!!!!

I had to log out and back in 16 different times because I wasnt allowed to select what WZs I wish to partake in!

For the record, ill never (except for the exploiter one) quit a in action wz I enter. Win or loss, even huttaball as its not fair to others to bail once warzone started, but I will and do bail before the wz starts and teams just forming.
In regards to lessening F2P and Preferred restrictions
In GAMING, as in LIFE,
You get what you pay for
No game restriction is so dire that $15.00/month will not eliminate it

Tirvaak's Avatar

07.19.2012 , 06:59 AM | #2 This is the last staff post in this thread.  
Hi Kalfear,

Thank you for taking the time to post your feedback.

For suggestions such as these we would recommend posting in the suggestion box.

Thank You.

Tirvaak | Bioware Customer Service - Forum Support