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1-09-2009 @ 11:31AM
I've played on a PvP server (US Nathrezim) for the last 2.. nearly 3 years. During the whole time I've played there, my server has never had a queue. Even during the Burning Crusade & Wrath release week. But over the last week, we've started getting queue's every night, usually ranging to a 30-40 minute wait. We've gone from a Middle population realm for years to one that is Locked practically overnight. We've also had no mass transfers (to my knowledge) so who knows why our population suddenly skyrocketed. =/ Really frustrating.
1-09-2009 @ 11:37AM
I know what you mean. We've always been listed as Medium population...now suddenly we have a 500 long queue to get in. It sucks
1-09-2009 @ 11:38AM
I have the same experience but on a PvE server. The initial launch of the realm saw queues for a few weeks. After that, we never had queues ever. Then Wrath came out, we've been having queues off and on. Sometimes have to wait up to an hour but usually just a few minutes.Your problem is probably due to a bunch of people deciding to switch to PvP to spice up their game.
1-09-2009 @ 11:45AM
Same here! I play on Firetree, which is also US PVP and has typically been medium population. Since WOTLK without fail there's a queue of a good half hour and not just in evening server-time. Things weren't this bad even when BC launched. Pretty incredible.
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