Bloodline Champions, is it true that WoW players are good at this?
I've noticed some players in Bloodline Champions who came from WoW high rating Arena and they do really well in Bloodline Champions even after only 1000 games (a game is short, 4-10 minutes). They compete on the same level as players who have like 5000 games played. Have any of you good WoW arena players played Bloodline Champions and been able to understand the game pretty well? It might be hard to say if you did well because people are usually modest about such things, but it's like everytime I see a quickly rising talent in Bloodline Champions they come from World of Warcraft high rating arena.
The basics of PvP are the same no matter where you go: understand your enemy, their cooldowns, and their abilities in relation to yours and anticipate how they would react based on what you would do in their place, and then you need to react accordingly. I can imagine after a few dozen practice games those players do just fine.
Originally Posted by Populaire
If he was a real man, he should be walking around in a loincloth. And at the end of a long day, he can also drag his woman to his cave where they'll do the boomboom in front of a fire.
Never hearing of the game until you mentioned it in this post, i decided to download it because it looked interesting. Having quite a bit of fun on it and i picked it up relativly easily. I can see how someone going from high rated WoW arenas could just go head first into this and be good.