This is what probably irritates me the most about phase 2, is blizzard has not said a single word on the matter since they released it nearly a week ago, despite all the outcry. Before anybody writes this off as another pvp whining thread, let me tell you i love pvp, i love world pvp, i love classic pvp. What i dont love is playing on stalagg, a server like many others heavily outnumbered by 1 faction. In stalaggs case its about 8:2 from what i understand, partly due to blizzard allowing alliance to transfer off the server for a period of time.
You cannot do ANYTHING on stalagg without getting ganked by horde, you cannot even hang out in a city, because theres so many more horde players than alliance they control our cities 24/7. You can forget about doing any quests, and you can forget about going to any dungeon without getting ganked for 20 minutes to an hour every single time. This is nobodies fault but blizzards for releasing phase 2 before getting faction populations under control.
But again like i said, what irritates me the most is blizzard has not communicated with us on this AT ALL. They have been dead silent since they released this, and just now today announce theyre putting out battle grounds on December 10th, as if thats actually going to fix anything, and still mentioned not a word of the criticisms people have been giving them. They even went as far as to pretend like wPvP this far has been “impressive” or “exciting”.
Blizzard what i want from you most right now is some communication. Some clarification that you actually understand the problem and are actually trying to fix it. Because so far all you’ve done is said and done nothing. You put out transfers for a while, for some reason expecting it would do anything, and even messed that up by allowing the underdog faction to transfer, thus making servers like stalagg even more impossible to play on if youre not part of the dominant faction. All i want right now is for you to communicate with us so we dont need to sit here and wonder if these problems are ever going to be fully addressed