Dragon banners need to be removed from WvW... — Guild Wars 2 Forums

Dragon banners need to be removed from WvW...

Usagi.4835Usagi.4835 Member ✭✭

...Or otherwise have the CD greatly increased. Discuss.

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  • Luranni.9470Luranni.9470 Member ✭✭✭

    Butbut.. Dragon Banner is my favourite thief blobspec! :P

  • You people will literally kitten about anything, jfc

  • @Capitol.3815 said:
    You people will literally kitten about anything, jfc

    Sorry, in English?

  • Klipso.8653Klipso.8653 Member ✭✭✭✭

    They're pretty easy to spot in a large scale fight. Just have your group throw a marker on the enemy character holding it so everyone is aware of it's position.

    -Balwarc [ICoa]

  • Usagi.4835Usagi.4835 Member ✭✭
    edited September 12, 2018

    @Luranni.9470 said:
    Butbut.. Dragon Banner is my favourite thief blobspec! :P

    latest

  • @Klipso.8653 said:
    They're pretty easy to spot in a large scale fight. Just have your group throw a marker on the enemy character holding it so everyone is aware of it's position.

    That's not my point. In NA, it's almost part of the meta to have a bunch of Mallyx revs in one zerg running dragon banners just to be annoying. They, like Iron Hide, shouldn't have made it into WvW.

  • SkyShroud.2865SkyShroud.2865 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 12, 2018

    Funny thing is lately I seen bandwagoned servers using dragon banners more than any other servers. Pretty much proved my point that stackers/bandwagoners are people who want win at any cost. That is why my belief that alliance system will solve much unbalance is reserved.

    Founder & Leader of Equinox Solstice [TIME], a Singapore-Based International PvX Guild
    Henge of Denravi Server
    www.gw2time.com

    --

    Explanations of WvW Structures & Populations Issues

  • googel.3278googel.3278 Member ✭✭✭

    nerf banners? aha. Can we at least be able to ram walls?

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