Posts Tagged 'Battlegrounds'

The BGs and Gandhi.

During the British occupation of India, in 1918, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi, organized a movement of passive resistance known as Kheda Satyagraha. By this means, he was eventually able to free India from British rule.

In the battlegrounds, colloquially known as the BGs, invariably one will find oneself faced with premade groups. These groups tend to be geared exceptionally well. They also know how each member of the team will act in a given situation. To word it another way, perhaps a bit melodramatically, they are a well-oiled, face-rolling machine. Continue reading ‘The BGs and Gandhi.’


Battlegrounds. Pros and Cons.

It has been a while since I last posted about anything that was not song related.

Part of this has to do with trying to get my Norrathian music “career” off of the ground. Part of it is that I have been getting my main to 90 in adventuring and (so far) 88 in tradeskilling. Part of it is that I have spent an inordinate amount of time in the Battlegrounds.

The Battlegrounds (or as it is known in some circles: The BGs) offer three different zones, each with a different goal. Below, I will discuss each zone, their goals, and the pros and cons of each. Finally, I will discuss some of the pros and cons of the BGs in general. Continue reading ‘Battlegrounds. Pros and Cons.’