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11-04-2008 @ 8:55AM
My plan is to avoid Northrend for at least a week even though anticipation will be the monster it's self. Truth is, when BC was released, I didn't even install it for 2 months, even though I had it the day it was released. (Fairly though, I was very ill at the time) Big patches such as the ones recently dropped are any indication of server stability and lag issues, what would be the point? One would end up staring at a zoning in screen. And even if you didn't suffer lag at that point there would be so many other trying to complete starter quests it would be almost pointless.Please don't think I'm not a WoW fan, as on Nov.12th at midnight I am going to be standing in line at futureshop to try and get my hands on a CE, if indeed they will have one. Then I will come home, load it up, patch it if there are any, and continue old world achievements and rep work. :-)
11-04-2008 @ 2:12PM
You missed the BC launch then, it really wasn't that bad. I was expecting chaos and planned to stay in Azeroth, but the lag was actually quite manageable in Hellfire and dynamc respawns made quests doable. All in all, I was pretty pleased, it was never unplayable. And I'm sure the Wrath launch will be smoother than BC was.
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