Learning the wrong way doesn't help anyone. You don't need to learn how to PvP by being a raid baby; it won't help you become a better player down the road at all.
Well, I would like to say that I began PvPing in the Moors on my champ in Adino's raids. My champ went from Ranks 0-9 mostly raiding with Adino. To be honest, if you have ever raided with him, you know how fun it can be. I would also like to say that I got ranks 10 and 11 soloing and in small groups with Lothran and Amazing. I am a prime example of someone that learned the Moors while raiding with Adino. I also have no issue soloing. You have fought me plenty Meleo. I am not the best PvPer, but I would like to think I can hold my own. Choosing to only PvP in a raid is just that.....a choice. And if that is the way they choose to play, hey....it's their sub. Plus, those that choose to only raid and not learn to solo make for easy infamy when they do step out alone. *licks lips*
Last edited by Morbidi-Lost; Apr 30 2012 at 11:21 PM.
"Kill them all, chase them down like rats. I've never been chasing rats...or can we say I have since I've been chasing creeps?" (chuckles)
I hope he did chuckle because on the rare occasions a veteran creep finds Adino alone he usually scurries away or calls in help because he's apparently too scared/not good enough to feel comfortable fighting on his own.
Lmao, if anything this makes me like Adino even more. Guy's got a sense of humor. I mean I could say that he's a sociopath for dehumanizing players who just happened to choose the opposite faction, but instead I will assume that these comments were meant tongue-in-cheek and he doesn't really think that creeps are rats to be exterminated..
I am more than sure that if I wanted to jump on my champ and get in one of Adino's groups, he would not have an issue with it, even though I play a high ranked creep that fights against him most of the time.