Fixation on a sole objective - those are "our" towers or bases - "We need the Blacksmith for the win"

Fixation on a sole objective - those are "our" towers or bases - "We need the Blacksmith for the win"

Which three bases are captured makes no difference to the computer. It simply works its way through the sums. However, to a human, certain bases become "ours". This is mostly due to proximity and trappings. The "Alliance Base" is the Stables, the "Horde Base" is the Farm.

An alternative fixation is the centrally located Blacksmith. I don't think there's any strategic benefit to holding this node, in fact, I'd press the case that it's easily invaded from 3 of the other flags on the map. However, other players argue that it's easier to get to the other bases from the Blacksmith.

What are the Stables of Library Science? Are we too deeply invested into microfiche when we ought to be digitising? Are the Libraries that receive additional funding for being a central Library of sorts still deserve that additional funding?