Okay, so I had more fun coming up with alternative titles for this post than I did putting in the PvP time to research it. For the record: Principessa does not PvP. She could break a nail. For the love of all that's holy, (?) why on earth would she subject herself to the elitist, bossy, afk'ing, honor-kill-farming, typical PvP'er?
First up - Warsong Gulch. Basically what I did here was to hide out under the balcony, near the flag. I used Mind Vision on our stealthed rogue to keep an eye on what was going on, and everytime I saw an Alliance player come running up, I Mind-Controlled him. I did a little healing, a little dps, but found that for the most part I'm best at being a thorn in the proverbial side. We won, 3 to 0. For the Horde!
What I learned:
- Psychic Scream, dammit. D's got me so trained to NOT fear, that I've almost forgotten I can still use this spell in a group. There's absolutely no reason why I shouldn't fear in a battleground. Fear is my friend.
- I can't use Mind Control on Hunter pets or shape-shifted Druids. I couldn't use it the first time I tried, or the second, or the third, so I should probably quit and move on, right?
- The 10-minute battle netted me 236 honor and 3 Warsong Gulch Marks of Honor.