This is the moment when I rolled my face across the keyboard in mute rage
I guess some context is needed for the screenshot. In ascending order:
- World of Warcraft is a massively multiplayer online game (MMOG).
- Am MMOG has two primary kinds of player-game interaction:
- Player versus environment (PVE).
- Player versus player (PVP).
PVE features you competing against computer-controlled enemies to complete objectives. PVP has you competitively compete against other players in order to complete objectives.
- Players in World of Warcraft are divided into one of two factions, and all PVP activity in the game occurs between them.
- PVP in World of Warcraft mostly occurs in sandbox scenarios. In this particular scenario, called Alterac Valley, you, depending on your faction, assist a group allied to your side in conquering a resource-rich valley in the north of the virtual game world.
- There are two victory conditions in this virtual scenario:
- Expire all of the enemy’s “lives”. They can respawn a total of six hundred times. This limit was added in order to stop games from lasting multiple days.
- An easier goal to attain (sometimes < = 10 minutes, instead of 45-60) is to slay the commander of the enemy forces.
The Horde won by seconds, and the sad part is that most of them didn’t even know this.
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