My experience in the moors was that the fact that frees are getting killed is that they are not performing well in combat.
I had a great time in the Moors last night. Our fraid was trying to break the camp on GV and we succeeded with an even number of frees as creeps. We lost on our first try, but except for running strait back out into the fight every time we died, we stayed back and made a plan like we used to. We won and it was a ton of fun. After we won the camp, we pressed on and blued a lot of the mbp before we finally broke up.
This afternoon was a different story. The raid was very disorganized, not once did the leader or anyone else for that matter try to form a strategy, every time someone wiped they ran strait back out there, and not many people really played their class to the best of their abilities. Our burg would go out into the fray and deal some serious damage to one target, but did not get any support when he tried to retreat and died. Our hunters remained as permanent warg food. Even when my LM got an AoE stun or attack on them, the three wars were still able to kill our hunters and get out with hardly a scratch because nobody reacted! It is not needed to say that we hardly dented them.
I am sure that the moors are not completely balanced, but they are not nearly as bad as people are making it out to be. Freeps really need to just relearn some strategies and use them to get them on par with the Freeps. Is that really to bad?
Withywindle characters-Caesaran (warden), Dernudan (Lore master)
Brandywine characters- Dernudan (champion), Denthur (guardian), Delphinianic(captain)