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12-06-2007 @ 11:02AM
Seriously, Coilfang isn't a destination realm? It's been one fo the lowest population realms since it opened nearly a year ago.One problem is clearly overpopulation on popular realms, but another side of the coin is that people don't want to stay on low population realms either.Rater than trying to lead people from popular realms into low population realms, I wonder if it wouldn't be easier to dissolve the "ghost" realms altogether and offer the inhabitants their choice of medium population destinations? Another alternative would be to combine several of the low population realms into one.No, this doesn't solve the problem of overcrowding, but it does make the destinations more desirable.
12-06-2007 @ 2:34PM
I posted this on the other migration thread, but that one seems to be dead, so here it is again:Blizz is just being selfish in not consolidating servers. They made the error of overestimating how many servers would be needed, but they won't fix it, because the next day in gaming news would be the headline "WOW dying!? Blizz consolidates servers!".If they are going to be jerks and just not consolidate now just because of the bad publicity, they should do it on the lead up to WotLK. If they did it 2 weeks before the release, no one would care because they were too busy talking about the xpac.
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