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Adding a wow token will overtake WoW Classic Gold from Sletrry's blog

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So many things he explained here and you'd a 1h 43min video to discuss it and I could just type atm but I wounder if he has even heared what they advised us till today, like the Blizzcon interview and much more. The token will make folks not having to work for their own stuff. You inspect 95% of those characters in towns and all you see are those people in pre raid BiS. Like who did fight and work for nighthaven wow gold and who opened their pockets. Immersion breaking to say the least. Sounds he could not care about WoW Classic, but he'll play it if you do.

Hey guys, just need to go on the list and say I totally disagree with changing vanilla. But, tea is arguing a stance, he's arguing what might happen. I'm not certain what this didn't undergo. He believes the wow token may happen because Activision sucks and the point about endgame changes are what he thinks will make vanilla more accessible.

I really don't want any of those things to happen..it's important in life to not exist in an echo chamber of comparable notion. I've read a great deal of opinions and individuals get VERY defensive when people question exactly what"WoW Classic" might/should be. I think Tea Thyme made lots of great points. Lets face it, programmers don't decide what ultimately enters the match....they just execute the"program" created by the decision makers of the firm.

I found myself agreeing with some things buy elysium project nethergarde gold and disagreeing with other people and its good to see the other perspective on matters. I am more of a #nochanges person however exactly what I wish to view in the very long term is merely community run servers in which people can officially produce their own content(as long as your sub is busy ) for other people to enjoy ( likely will never happen tho).

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