• Sletrry
    Magic conjured naturally, through tedium. 40-man raids, ostentatiously enormous questlines, microscopically low drop rates, precious little in the way of difficulty tuning--and, needless to say, those halcyon days before you can send multiple packages in a single mail. Technical skill was confused with endurance, the willingness to farm, to fight RNGs piled .

    This is now mythologized as peak-WoW, the times once the game was its best and most thoroughly respected the bleeding-edge raiders some still see as the match's authentic constituency.Such'hardcore' players forget that even in its earliest days World of Warcraft was criticized by the then-hardcore Everquest raiders for being too soft on its own players.

    Everything from remainder XP into the instancing of dungeons to drastically reducing the cost of death was seen as an unforgivable concession into"QQing casuals." There's a certain irony in this erstwhile nightmare of"true gamers" behaving as a rebuilt temple to supreme skill. One supposes that lessons will be heard when the game goes live.

    And I can not be cluttered. As grindy since it could sense there was a bit of the sublime in a 6-hour long Blackrock Depths run. Strat UBRS; memories as heavy as the Maelstrom.Single. Pull. It is remembered by me . The thought of reclaiming it, of touching it , in the business of others, appeals to me to a degree of need I'm ashamed to admit to.

    It was the neighborhood that made those experiences meaningful. I could never recreate those days; even if by some dark wonder all my older friends and guildies from 2006 were to rematerialize in Classic, we'd be different people.This is an issue for an expensive undertaking marketed (as so very many different things are nowadays ) with appeals to nostalgia.

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    Magic conjured naturally, through tedium. 40-man raids, ostentatiously enormous questlines, microscopically low drop rates, precious little in the way of difficulty tuning--and, needless to say, those halcyon days before you can send multiple packages in a single mail. Technical skill was confused w...See more
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