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    Should I quit WoW for WAR?

    I really would like to know. I mean, WoW is a staple in my daily consumption of nerdiness, and I do like the game, but is WAR any better? Is it more fun, challenging or anything? Is the PvP better? I haven't heard ANYTHING about it at all, so if someone could help me out, that would ROCK!

    Thanks.

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    DonJohnson415's Avatar Corporal
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    Yes. Everythings better. The only gay thing so far for me is Engineer doesn't work right. And scenarios dont last long enough.

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    i like that scenarios have a time limit
    i really hated wsg's that lasted foreverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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    Originally Posted by unitzero89 View Post
    i like that scenarios have a time limit
    i really hated wsg's that lasted foreverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
    There all 15 minutes though, its hella gay. And for some reason everytime I play a scenario on anything but a DoK I lose.

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    Originally Posted by DonJohnson415 View Post
    There all 15 minutes though, its hella gay. And for some reason everytime I play a scenario on anything but a DoK I lose.
    15 minute short games > hour long WSG's with nothing happening because neither side has an offense.

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    Yes

    The pve is better
    the pvp is way better

    its badass they just need to make actions a bit smoother.

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    Well on my server the wait time to get into any scenerio is over 4 hours. Which is horrible. Guess there is tons of chaos and low population of order. Either way they need to fix this. I would get the game though, i quit wow and find this game pretty good.

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    If you quit, I'll salvage your warcraft account

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    Do not quit WoW for this game if you play Warhammer in off hours there is noting going on no pvp no PQ and just the PVE (apart of the PQ) is added like a after thing like Warcraft added pvp later Warhammer added pve later and it really shows! check this comic on Gamespy and you understand what level this quests are at:

    GameSpy: Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning

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    Originally Posted by Dassaace View Post
    Do not quit WoW for this game if you play Warhammer in off hours there is noting going on no pvp no PQ
    I agree.. Just wait a month or so and let the gamers built up their systems to run the game then it should have tons of groups ready for PQ and RVR

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    I've already quit WoW. My account is up for sale though, i'm the OO and email sqa is mine. PM me for details.

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    Personally, I thought WoW was getting boring. It just lost it's vigor to me.
    WAR, on the other hand, keeps me entertained constantly.
    Maybe it's just because it's a new game, but I don't think so.
    I love the PQ's and the RVR. I can't find a flaw in the game other than the long waits for the RVR (should subside when more players arrive) and the minimal amount of xp earned from PVE.
    The best part of the game is the fact that it's entirely group based. Sure, you can play the whole thing by yourself, but your likely going to make some friends, or enemies, in PQ's or RVR.
    Also, another thing that interests me greatly are the keeps in WAR. I haven't gotten to actually play around with them yet, but they seem awesome.

    If you want any detailed information, I suggest the WAR site.
    Watch the videos they have on there.
    A good start would be PQ's
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZshKjUwPlmI&feature=related"]Living guilds (one of my favorites)[/ame]
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjCJFfU5Hy8"]Crafting[/ame]
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0G6d7TFVoy4&feature=related"]RVR[/ame]

    Those are just suggestions. Watch whatever you want, but it takes a while to fully understand all the awesomeness compacted into this wonderful little game.

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    in my opinion the WAR system owns WoW totally. But the feeling WoW gives is total different then WAR and think its just a personal taste. I still like wow more

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    Since I got WAR I haven't logged into wow except for one reason, talking to my friends about WAR.

    There are many things I enjoy in this game, and this is at its launch, I love the fact that I don't need to grind for repairs/weapon skills and train new ranks every couple of lvls for abilities I already have ... in war you learn new abilities everytime, new tactics and your previous ability get more powerfull everytime you rank(level).

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    If you love PvP you should stick with warhammer. I'm not sure how the PvE is in warhammer though^^

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