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3-13-2009 @ 11:25AM
If you only want to do content up to 60 just create a new WoW account and don't install any of the expansions, there was an article on guilds doing this a few weeks ago on WoW Insider. Make a post on the forums and you will probably find enough people to join you for 40 person raiding. I would rather the developers not spend their energy on making and maintaining vanilla servers.
3-13-2009 @ 11:46AM
I like this idea. While it doesn't change some of the major updates that have happened (leveling speed, lower level abilities added (e.g. rogues' Dismantle), etc.), it's probably better because of it.I sincerely hope that there will be player generated "Classic-servers" in the future. Not private servers, but entire low-pop servers (or at least the majority of the server) that have chosen to not upgrade their accounts and rock their epix at 60.The only problem would be doing BGs other than AV when people who DID upgrade their accounts to TBC and smash faces at 69. That only could potential ruin the entire concept, as people don't like getting their asses kicked.The idea is like Socialism, it seems. Good on paper, poor in practice.
3-13-2009 @ 2:51PM
Tell me what form of government is better in practice than on paper. I have all afternoon.
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