Well they got what they wanted in the end, denial. Except i don't think they wanted to be denied.
As someone who mains Alliance, I think this is hilarious :D to Grizzly, its called karma, and it pronounced hahaa fsck you
They did not do all that much turn ins. I did almost 5% just to myself casually gathering crap.. what they did tho is focus down all the worthy turn ins while horde were at work so they could profit it. They just took all the merits from our work and stole the profits on top of that
Some of the reactions to this are a thing of beauty to me, really. People abuse the reporting feature and carry out cross-faction collusion in massive groups despite being against the TOS: "Well make a PVP solution to this! Make your own massive group and crush the colluders and reporters!"People make their own massive group to crush said griefers: "There is no way we could possibly make a PVP solution to this horde PVP solution to what shouldn't have been a problem in the first place!"*chef's kiss* You're damn priceless, Wowhead comments. Never change. <3
Just punish both guilds by taking away the title and mount.
Im having very conflicting feelings about this. On one hand it feels super good that the report abusers are getting rekt like this, but at the same time i feel genuinely sad for the other alliance scarab lords that will never get their mount because a bunch of &*!@#$%s dragged them into a fight that they had no wish to participate in. Honestly i wish blizz would just ban All the players involved in the mass reporting so the alliance that weren't a part of it could actually be allowed to finish their quest.
Sometimes i wish there was a recorded spectator mode of WoW. Where you could rewind and watch events like this in free camera mode.
What I get: * an alliance guild abuses a Blizzard system (report for ban) to try to stop a player from progressing. Ultimately fails, as Blizzard fixes it on time.* horde players abuse Blizzard system (NPC-in-combat) to stop players from progressing. Ultimately succeeds, as no fix is done.I find both reprehensible. Especially when players not involved in the first episode fell victim of the second abuse episode.In all cases - it is up to Blizzard to fix this. I personally would fix both abused systems, award two weeks free play time on all accounts involved and allow additional 10 hours Scarab Lord time next week. It is much better to have 100s more Scarab lords that 1 less.
Really awesome grief, however it's still sad that most of the "gameplay" is just a lag fiesta. Maybe blizzard fixes the lag after Naxx
I can only imagine how many will rage quit for good or for awhile. At least the server transfers will make up for those who quit. In my eyes, this is one of the many reasons there is such a massive divide in player base for Alliance to Horde. Having a permanent major event cut off through PvP from a participating side is always a bad idea. I feel for those who put months of preparation and shame those who went out of their way to ruin an intended epic experience.
payback is so sweet