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PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2019 9:59 am    Post subject: The problem is that Activision has shown Reply with quote

Disappointed with your arguments. Pushback wasn't offered by you. You can locate tea Candles's bad nu-wow arguments on r/WoW Classic, the forums, anyplace, which have always been rebutted. He just doesn't enjoy WoW Classic. 'equilibrium' is THE meme that destroyed WoW. He likes nu-WoW, that's cool, he will play there. We can't play everywhere but pservers, and that is the killer, whether they don't stick to the NoChanges philosophy. Not the RPG elements of each class/spec with its faults and weaknesses, buy cheap wow classic gold or the length of time it takes to degree, neither the first mechanics of bosses.

I didn't understand you played devil's advocate, if that's the case. There is no point planning for the worst, because then it won't be exactly what the NoChanges urges want. I won't, nor will most of the people who pushed for WoW Classic, want to play with a frankenstein's monster of tokens,"class balancing" and other nu-wow features mishmashed in with 1.12 ones. It is NoChanges (the standard bulletpoints of what represents such) or bust. People who like nu-WoW will not be satsified with it, nor will the audience who brought the subject of WoW Classic servers in reality. They have to go NoChanges, and out of what information and hints have been given so far (excluding sharding, loot sharing) it looks that way. Also if people rebel against deviations that were stated and angrily loudly, blizzard can be steered better toward NoChanges

I concur blizzactivision is a terrible and different organization to the original. Let's just expect a multimillion dollar corporation can create a much better"blizzlike" expertise than french part-time devs at a cellar. If not, no stage playing. You should have the attitude, if anything I'd say. When nostalrius shutdown, the mindset people had. What do you think a company fears more? Quiet disagreement where their product doesn't attract controversy, or really passion that lambasts them round the area that is public? They are scared of terrible media.

Are you arguing that raiding is somehow made by farming raid consumables for hours better? The raid is the most part that is hard. Like Tea says, individuals with time can create WoW Classic Gold from selling to people who don't have time and have to buy tokens. It's fairly straightforward. Oh, and having a few folks wearing BoE's they purchased with WoW Classic Gold won't'ruin' the game. Raider's will have exclusive access to the majority of the things.

This is just the nature of the monster. Sure it would be wonderful to play with people around the world. However, if we start begging Activision for modifications... The problem is that Activision has shown they can not be trusted to create good decisions concerning new content. They couldn't see how things like CRZ, zone instancing, LFD, LFR, flying, and their version of player housing (garrisons) would totally fuck up the match. And what makes it worse is that Activision still considers that many of these modifications are great; wow private server gold regardless of how they have screwed up the game and lowered subscriptions from more than ten million to probably over two million.
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