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Prismatics

Member Since 04 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 16 2012 11:31 AM

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In Topic: For those who said GW2 wasn't going to turn into a P2W game....

16 November 2012 - 01:49 AM

In every MMO, people who spend real life money, whether it be through legitimate or illegitimate RMT, will always have an advantage. This has been the case ever since RMT existed.

So far, the gem store doesn't offer any stat advantages. Fair enough I say.

In Topic: Sea Of Sorrows vs Sanctum Of Rall vs Isle Of Janthir

07 November 2012 - 10:16 AM

View PostWraithpk, on 07 November 2012 - 09:34 AM, said:

No disrespect meant to IoJ, but you seem to lack organization and strategy, for the most part.  The alliance I'm a part of has been on SoS borderlands all week, and we haven't really felt pressured from you guys at all unless TL is on the map.  It's not even about the numbers, because there have been times where you've outnumbered us on your side of the map because we were being pressured by SoR on the other side, but we would still end up winning the skirmish.  When TL is not on the map, you don't seem to be as cohesive of a group.  They are also the only ones that have shown some interesting strategy.  If I could make a suggestion, someone needs to step up and take command for you guys when TL isn't there, and formulate some strategies to try and throw us off guard.  Throwing a zerg at us when we're fortified and our scouts have warned you're coming hasn't worked, you need a new plan.

I'll admit that we are terribly disorganized at many times of the day, sometimes so badly that we struggle to hold most of our own borderlands. A lot of people just go about their own business until a commander finally logs on or a guild coordinates an activity. I've tried coordinating IoJ at our own BL at midnight and it was a disaster (though yestersay morning we got our last tower to hold and recovered the other one, and attempted to get garrison back) trying to get people to follow directions or stop doing conflicting things. That's why SoS rarely feels pressure in its own BL. Aside from that, we're usually outnumbered by both SoS and SoR, and when we aren't, don't always seize upon that as quick as desirable. Lack of people to lead and people cooperating well at times hurts a lot.