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1-18-2007 @ 12:44AM
I'm on the EU-Ragnaros server and what you generally describe in your post (quest mobs camped, kills "stolen") holds true here as well. Except the server restarts. All in all we seem to have a stable server, altough it's being restarted "to address stability issues" right as I write this. However during prime time it hasn't happened so far. We experienced major lag only on launch day prime time, though that might obviously happen in the future too.As for dealing with it, first I was furious and thought I'll leave WOW for a week at least, but then I started rolling with the crowd. And if we view it in another light it's actually adds another challenge to the game. I see a quest mob spawn I start running towards it, but would that warrior charge it before me? You never know, but you can bet on it safely. Anyway actually it is still possible to complete the quests, you just don't have to sweat over it. If I miss a mob, I'll just do circles in the quest area and eventually I'll get lucky and a quest mob spawns right in front of my nose. Surely it's not that fast leveling but hey, so I'll be 70 one day later, big deal. The one thing that is wonderful however which I noticed is that Horde and Alliance seem to be peacefully coexisting. I had a few times when Horde had actually helped me when the going got rough with a mob. Sure, that rogue sapped me while I was picking up an egg over at Razorthorn Trail, but he didn't kill me. So I just say it's competition and there'll always be another egg to pick up.Whoops, this got a bit long, sorry. :-)
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