While some of what you say is slightly true, if its all client side, why does a pve character in the trollshaws get reduced awareness and horrid lag spikes when major RvR action is going on in the 'moors? Why do major PvP events crash entire servers, or cause many people not even in the 'moors to be booted from the game?
Originally Posted by frickinmuck
Not every change does need to come from the players, but when a majority of players respond that they aren't interested in a given change, is a zone that gets change quite sparsely, its not going to go over too well.
Not every change to the game needs to be a response to a demand from players. The devs can and should take their own initiative from time to time.
I personally am in favour of at least giving it a try. It has potential to bring more fun/challenge to the Moors, and the potential to add a new layer of strategy that could be pretty exciting. Better than same-old same-old.
You assume that they would add a new map AND keep the old one. I think most people would be quite willing to give up the current Ettenmoors map for a quality replacement at this point. Personally there are a laundry list of issues I'd like to see dealt with before a new map, but if they add one thats fine too, could spice things up a bit.
A new map is crazy talk. Why spread PvP action thinner than it already is? If anything, the current map is already too big. I say revamp the one we do have and add more challenge to it.
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