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1-13-2012 @ 5:12PM
Part of the reason why I remain on my EU Server is the community of people that I still play with after six plus years. Very few of us use Cross Server services to play with (though I know it happens), but I will admit that the sense of 'server identity' has been somewhat diluted from what it was.Ironically the reason why a couple of my friends have jumped ship to TOR is because they are PvP-ing on one server, and one server alone, which makes for a far more 'personal' experience away from what has become a quite homogenized PvP Experience with the BG Queues. You win some, you lose some.Servers are important for those people who AH speculate with the game: a thriving Economy matters. It then very definitely matters what one you pick to 'play' on...It's a good article, and if you think the 'golden days' of the Server community are numbered I suspect you'll have a fair few people who'll agree...
1-13-2012 @ 5:23PM
Numbered? I think that's very optimistic, server community is dead for the most part. It's now guild community and soon battletag "community" that's going to save any aspect of MM this ORPG once had.
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