March 18, 2012
Pet peeves - we all have them in one shape or form. I have this thing about people who smack their gums while eating and people who don't use turn signals when they're driving. But our pet peeves don't just end in the "real world". We have them in game, too. What about those players who constantly talk about themselves in the 3rd person, or who try to hit on every female character unsolicited?
So what about PvP peeves? Are there certain things about SWTOR PvP that just really irk you? Are there some common annoyances that always seem to ruffle your feathers? PvP in its very nature is set to create situations where people might feel annoyed and SWTOR is no exception. We came across this post that discusses this very topic and thought we'd encourage you to check it out because it's interesting. Chances are, you can probably relate.
Here are the PvP peeves listed at SWTOR Commando:
Number 3: Timid damage dealers
Number 2: People who complain about lack of calls
Number 1: "Don't we have any healers?"
Read the full post to see the reasons why each is listed and see if you agree. While there are more I would add to my list, I think I would agree with all of these. In fact, number 1 is pretty standard for nearly any game you play with a PvP element. I've been playing Overwatch lately and I played TF2 since beta and the same thing applies. There is always someone whining about how there is no healer or we need a healer but not willing to switch to heals themselves. Also, you can look and see if there are any healers in your group/on your team. It's not that hard. If there aren't, you can remedy it. Or you can be that annoying dude who sits there and complains.
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