Locked The real reason most people who PVP hate skill builds.3 Likes/369 Replies/12252 Views
LateNiteDelight 1007 posts
@echolecter none of those threads are what he thinks they are - they are exactly what I told him he would find - some random sweats saying it makes the game boring.. and everyone else telling them they just don't have to use them.
These jabronis are just circling around in fantasy land. I'm glad Massive doesn't care about PvP at all. Why they keep banging their head against that wall still befuddles me to this day.
D-Y-N-4-M-O 41 posts
"You clowns just don't like skills, because you are incapable of adapting or countering."
"I'm glad Massive doesn't care about PvP at all"
I have multiple skill builds & multiple counters to PvP players. I also have more PvP kills than you'll ever have. It's not us "clowns not liking skill builds". It's you guys that are salty about anything PvP related.
"I roll through the DZ, and thanks to this thread, I now carry traps to cover my six or drop on the rope. It's great, and the PvP sweats are too whiny to just use the myriads of counters. I hope they keep it as is, but I've already posted how I think Skills should be balanced, as well as DZ changes that should happen. But they don't hold the delicate hands of the thin skinned gankers, so they just cry instead."
You have zero PvP kills, 6 rogues kills in the DZ and have played a total rogue time of 15 mins and you're in here telling everyone how skills should work in PvP, claiming players don't know how to counter & that you "roll through the DZ" with those traps to "cover your 6" . LOL, embarrassing.
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