Having an argument with a friend, need info. It was pretty much confirmed at one point of time that it works like this :
- system picks a random BG
- system starts populating the slots for that random BG by picking people from the front of the queue
- once there's enough people for the BG to start, system starts the BG
- rinse&repeat for next BG
However, when you EXCLUDE a BG, all the same happens as above, but let's say system picked AV as the next BG, and you've excluded AV as your BG of choice, does it simply ignore your position and create a AV BG following the aformentioned system, and then places you for your next non-excluded BG, or does it parallely put you in for another BG ?
I was under the impression that it creates BG instances on a 1-by-1 basis, considering that if you excluded AV/IoC, it sometimes actually increases your queue compared to decreasing it, which obviously means that, for the sake of queue timers, if you're interested in getting into a BG the fastest you can, you shouldn't exclude a single BG ?
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