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It is either NoChanges (the conventional bulletpoints of that which constitutes such) or bust. People who like nu-WoW won't be satsified with this, nor will the real audience who brought the topic of WoW Classic servers in reality. They have to go NoChanges, and out of what advice and hints have been given up to now (excluding sharding, loot sharing) it looks like elysium project gold. If people rebel against said deviations and angrily loudly, blizzard could be steered toward NoChanges

I concur blizzactivision is a dreadful and different company to the first. Let us just hope a multimillion dollar company can create a better"blizzlike" experience than french part-time devs at a cellar. Otherwise, no stage playing. You ought to have the opposite attitude, if anything I'd say. When nostalrius shutdown, the mindset people had. What should you believe a company fears more? Disagreement where their product does not attract controversy, or actually loud passion that lambasts them round the space? They are scared of bad media.

Are you really arguing that farming raid consumables for hours makes raiding better? The raid is the most hard part. Like Tea says, people with time may create WoW Classic Gold from selling to people who have to purchase tokens and don't have time. It is pretty straightforward. Having a few folks wearing BoE's, and oh they purchased with token WoW Classic Gold won't'destroy' the game. Raider's will still have exclusive access to the majority of the greatest items.

This is merely the nature of the buy classic wow gold. It would be nice to play with people around the world. However, if we start begging Activision for modifications...The problem is that Activision has shown they can't be trusted to create good decisions concerning new game content. And what makes it worse is that Activision nonetheless believes that many of these changes are good; regardless of how they've screwed up the game and reduced subscriptions from more than ten million to probably over two million.

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