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6-19-2009 @ 12:00PM
Hang on....who in their right mind will actually choose the harder option and still play WOW?By that I mean who will prefer a 60 cap and raids that they can see anyway on their 80's?Are you barred fom entering at 80 ? NoCan you still see the content at 80? YesIf you cap, will you miss BC and Wrath? No, because no-one will actually do so.Does Capping at 60 transport you back in time? NoYou cant get there from here, nostalgia is nostalgia because its gone and a memory.I could cap at 19 and relive all the excitement and joy of my very 1st deadmines run, but it isnt going to be my 1st deadmines run.You can only lose your virginity and innocence once, and after that you simply cannot go back.Similarly, if they launched a Pre-BC, say patch 1.11, realm, most players *now* would recoil in horror, even those of us who did it at the time.Remember not being able to do the feilds because everything was being AoE'd by frost mages? Or having to run back to MC, across half a zone.The game changed for a reason, and turning back the game does not turn back your own timeline.
6-19-2009 @ 1:50PM
On the other hand, for those of us WHO NEVER SAW THAT CONTENT, this is a welcome opportunity to experience (even if nerfed) what YOU wet your pants over 3 years ago. Remember, at one time YOU probably thought raiding MC was the shit, cause it was what all the cool raiders were doing. Some of us never got to experience that.Would we get that downing Raggy w 3 lvl80 DKs? Nope.So before you tell us how stupid something is for YOU, cause we don't care, think about how there might be people out ther that DO care. Then STFU.
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