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3-13-2009 @ 12:36PM
Anyone that tosses up the comment "Vanilla WoW FTW" or "I'd go back in a heartbeat" most likely didn't play back then. 20 people carrying 20 morons with Downs, server lag (Illidan people I'm sure you remember when the gates came down or when 1.11 was released) Think about it, for those of you that actually were around in vanilla, would you really want to go back and repeat the same content knowing nothing new was coming? If you think there is such a big demand for this, never mind classic servers... try to get 40 people to level new toons to 60 and start raiding old school content. We'll see how far you get with that idea. I mean basically... that IS what you're asking for right?Would you rather Blizzard take the time and add classic servers or would you rather Blizzard improve and add to the current game? The answer is clear to me. Leave vanilla in the scrapbook where it belongs. It was fun, but the game moved on... get with the times.
3-13-2009 @ 12:55PM
Quoted for truth.
3-13-2009 @ 1:03PM
I was around for Vanilla raiding. I wouldn't go back to a 40 man raid if it rewarded real gold, now. In fact, I never got past ZA in BC just because I just didn't want to deal with the problems of large raiding anymore, despite being courted by several raiding guilds.If they want to retune the old raids for 10 and 25 mans and rerelease the settings without the BS of large group raiding, I'd be all for that. A lot of the places are really very atmospheric and lore heavy. I can see why people would want to see them. But not as a 40 man, and not with the amount of trash they have now.
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