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10-25-2007 @ 2:51AM
I started out alliance on stormreaver because of a friend. HUGE population server, lag in ever major city. I was used to the AH taking 15-20 mins to scan with Auctioneer. I was getting tired of the size, and was getting sick of alliance in general, and the guild was getting kinda irrelevant.So I killed my toon on that server and rolled on Terokkar, because my friend's friend was going onto that server. I brought my hunter up to 59 on that server, found an ok guild, the guild imploded. I had started seeing the population of this server going down in the last month or so since I rolled in July. I could never sell anything on the AH, and the prices on the AH where stupidly high, but it took 5 mins to do an Auctioneer scan! LOL.I finally decided to check out the warcraftrealm's census and rolled on many servers and checked many AH's and just chatted around, and finally settled on Area 52. The server does seem overcrowded, and lag has returned to the cities. I love how the census site was able to show what time zone the realms are in, since I live on the east coast, Area 52 kinda looked even better for me. I have yet to find a mature, fun, and casual good guild in a couple of weeks, but the AH is MUCH better.I really think Blizz needs to look at merging realms like Terokkar with another low populated realm. The economy sucks on most low population realms, it's impossible to sell anything on the AH, not to mention PUGs are virtually non-existent to get (even though I have sworn-off PUGs forever now). I really think they have to face the fact that they population IS decreasing overall, and the sooner WotLK comes out, the better.Then again, if I ever get a Wii, I'm done with WoW lol!
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