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I see a lot of people here hyped up about RvR, thinking it'll bring back faction pride and be like DAoC. IMHO, and from past experience, I don't think so.
WAR - No faction pride. People just complained about a lack of rewards for PvPing.
TSW - 3 factions, yet people found another reason to complain on why not they won't PvP.
GW2 - 3 severs pitted against each other. No server pride. People just jumped to the winning server.
Granted, it sounds like ESO will be doing things a bit different, but is it enough? DAoC did not allow cross realming on the same server. You picked 1 realm and stuck with it and that people did do. In ESO, since there will be only 1 server, can't people just reroll to another faction if clearly 1 is the stronger? In GW2, the two weakest servers never banded together to overcome the stronger server the way the 2 under dogged realms in DAoC did. I just have my doubts that the community of today will be like the community a decade ago when DAoC was in its prime. I think PvPers will find a reason to complain about the RvR and find a reason why they shouldn't do it. I don't think people will have faction pride, instead I think people will be rolling all 3 factions.