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3-13-2009 @ 1:32PM
I disagree with Zach that a vanilla or "classic" server is not in Blizzard's best interest. When Mythic did this with DAoC, those servers were very popular and typically have populations on par with the most popular "normal" servers. They could bring back those people that got disillusioned with the direction of the game since BC, while not affecting those that are content with WoW as it stands now.Win-Win for players and Blizzard alike.Blizzard's excuse that WoW isn't for 60's anymore, to me, strikes me as a bit lame. You can't tell me they don't have disc copies of original WoW and would not be able to install on a vanilla server. Please Blizzard, if Joe Casual can do that on a private server, you can too.
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