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10-24-2007 @ 9:29PM
you really think there's much to know?wow players fall in to 2 categories:unguilded and guilded. the thing most people call low pop is the fact that they don't remember people. they lost thier old pals to quitting, splitting or transfers and they don't have the care to make new friends outside the guild. the unguilded see the world a s having no tanks, and that's a class shortage, and blizzard admitted it, the thing is what you fail to see is that they WERE high pop, and that blizzard increasd the MAX realm size with the new hardware that was designed to hold TBC's influx, and that's why high pop became medium pop. 5000 of 5000 is FULL, but 5000 on a 10000 slot server now makes it medium. so that can easily be disputed, as for the 30% at night, that's 30% of teh 5000 players and that's 1500 players at night, now how many want to pug, play, farm, or solo is the real issue when it comes to players. if there's only a few tanks, and they get all taken, then yes it's gonna seem like "low pop" when it's really a "low pop" that plays tanks. the thing with statistics is they are almost always used to hide real facts. easy example: Defias Pillagers" were the top 10 mosters that killed players, not because they were hard, but because so many players basically have to go through deadmines on alliance. now as to whether the true ally/horde ratio across all realms, that would be a nice statistic to know, but it's highly doubted that blizzard will release the real numbers.
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