The problem with the tactic I outlined in a previous article about this battlefield is that I used the word defend, a word you certainly cannot use in the actual Battleground. The mentality of most World of Warcraft players is that defend = passive. It doesn't, but that's the mindset.
The best way to counter this and to get people to listen to you in the Battleground is to say: -
"Lets all attack, but lets do it sensibly. 30 players go to the left of Balinda's bunker and head on to meet the approaching Horde. 10 players go to the right of her bunker to cut off any Horde approaching on that side. If there are none, move quickly on to take the Iceblood graveyard. This is vital to stop the Horde re-spawning so far up the battle ground.
Next we split into two teams of 19, leaving two Druids or Rogues (or a combo) to kill any stray Horde that get past. One team goes to Iceblood Garrison, but only goes in if the Horde are not there in numbers. Wait for the Horde to start peeking out and use Death Knights to Death Grip the spies to the group.
The other team takes out the towers. Split that team and defend the towers, leaving one Rogue or Druid, in stealth, to keep an eye on the Iceblood graveyard. If a few Horde take it remain hidden and wait for them to go and then retake it. A brave Rogue could head up to take out the next graveyard.
The whole point is to push the Horde backwards and have territorial advantage."
Of course to write out all of that at the start of the battleground is impossible, but you could try to paste (Ctrl+V) in installments.This may be a good strategy in as much as you will have people on board willing to play it, rather than the normal noob rush that loses to Horde more often than not!
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