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10-25-2007 @ 6:32AM
Getting access to Blizzard's hard data would be very interesting indeed. Unfortunately, the way most players' minds think, you would see massive server desertions as players flocked to either a high-pop server or low-pop server, depending on what they were looking for. I think you'd end up with server populations weighted one of two ways - either very high population or very low population, with nothing really in between.It's probably best that Blizzard keeps this info under wraps, because let's face it - your average player is pretty stupid.
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