I think the real problems lays in the higher ranks. I've made it to 19xx about 4 times this season. At the same time I've been 1700+ in RBGs. My RBG cap has always exceeded my Arena cap. I'm not an amazing player but I'm not terrible. It takes as a Resto shaman a lot more skill to hit 1900 in Arenas (totem nerf FTL) than to hit 1700 in RBGs. With Arena centering around 3 comps, KFC, God, and Jungle this season at the moment it's just spam CDs and watch the healer die. It's hasn't been this bad in a while. Even RLS didn't global people like this. (By terms of Global I mean all of your spells are on GCD because the amount of stuns/Silences you can't cast a spell). I think Arena at a point possibly 2K+ should start to compare to RBG scaling. While the logistical side isn't as complicated you have a skill factor that comes into effect. You can't tell me a 1680 RBG player is as good as a 2140 Arena player. (assuming this is their highest achieves) That's just my 2 cents.
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So why are people complaining about in theory falling behind because of the system (and obviously not their skill) when they don't even get close to capping it every week anyway?
The only thing fun about rbgs is farming bailamos.
Regardless they take no skill and we dont even use skype and play at 2300 mmr.
3v3 cap needs to be higher then rbg cap. End of story.
Getting a decent RBG together is not to hard lately. If you feel different you are dead wrong.
Stop looking at your own server and start looking xrealm.
A lot of rated bgs are going on with Oqueue addon. Loads of low rated scrubs, but deffo also
2 k + rated ones with all kinds of voice enabled.
Try it out, esp alliance eu since they are quite low represented atm. The chance you find new friends while using
this is quite high aswell! Atm im playing 2100 and have 34 potential people on my friends list. So my RBG a day aint
to far away.
And no, im in no way related or connected to Oqueue other then that im a happy user who just wants to share his exp.