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10-29-2008 @ 2:08PM
Who would roll on one? It would be exactly the same as getting a group to do MC now.
10-29-2008 @ 2:13PM
Except that you would actually find a group... I know many people also miss the more simple level 60 days without all the new abilities, the huge talent trees, no badges etc
10-29-2008 @ 2:27PM
Not sure why people would have problems with the badge system. It was invented (after the token system) because so many people were having problems with drops. Running the same instance 30+ times for something to drop? I'll pass on the "good'ol days". Not to mention how many class/spec combos were not really taken seriously until they were adjusted in TBC. Druids come to mind in particular. I'd be happier with old instances scaled up to 80 myself.
10-29-2008 @ 3:16PM
"I know many people also miss the more simple level 60 days"WHICH "more simple level 60 days"? Got to choose. Strat as a raid or not? Pre-DM or post? The day before BC or game launch? Pallies reck-bombing or not? Arcane explosion trainable or not?I don't see the appeal one tiny bit (take a 60 with no Outlands gear and exalt AD; let me know how much fun it was a year from now when you've finished) but even if I did the whole thing founders on where you plant the stick.I suppose they could open twenty new servers at different patch points (millions up front and more ongoing), most of which would be ghost towns. The shareholders would storm Blizzard HQ with torches.Nostalgia is a disease.
10-29-2008 @ 4:43PM
I agree with the last guy. If you don't like the new expansion content, then don't buy it, or don't do it.People complain because they get bored of the current content, so Blizz releases new content, but then they complain because they miss the old content. You can't please everyone.
10-29-2008 @ 9:18PM
@TurtleheadI'm with you. Can you say "complete waste of server hardware, infrastructure and manpower"?
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