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 Post subject: Who pushed for WoW Classic
PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:04 am 

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Disappointed with your arguments. Pushback that is appropriate wasn't offered by you. You're able to locate tea thyme's poor nu-wow disagreements on r/WoW Classic, the forums, everywhere, which have constantly been rebutted. He doesn't like WoW Classic. He doesn't understand the pleasure people get out of an RPG. 'balance' is. He likes nu-WoW, that's cool, he can play there. We can't play everywhere but pservers, and that's the killer, whether they don't adhere to the NoChanges doctrine. Not the RPG elements of each class/spec with its flaws and weaknesses, or the length of time it takes to degree, neither the first mechanics of supervisors.

I didn't know you played devil's advocate, if that's the situation. There is no point going for the worst, since then it won't be exactly what the NoChanges advocates want. I won't, nor will most of the men and women who pushed for WoW Classic, wish to play a frankenstein's monster of tokens,"course balancing" and other nu-wow attributes mishmashed in with 1.12 ones. It's NoChanges (the conventional bulletpoints of that which represents such) or bust.

People who like nu-WoW won't be satsified with it, nor will the true audience who brought the topic of WoW Classic servers into reality. They have to go NoChanges, and from what information and hints have been given up to now (excluding sharding, loot sharing) it seems that way. Even if individuals loudly and angrily rebel against deviations, blizzard could be steered NoChanges

I concur blizzactivision is a different and terrible company to the first. Let us just expect a multimillion dollar corporation can create a much better"blizzlike" expertise than french part-time devs in a cellar. Otherwise, no point playing. If anything I'd say you ought to have the attitude. When nostalrius shutdown, the attitude people had. Getting nice and polite and"planning for the worst" gives them the excuse to do so. What should you think a business fears? Quiet disagreement where their product doesn't attract controversy, or actually loud passion that lambasts them across the public area? They're fearful of terrible press.

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