Posted 14 December 2006 - 11:23 PM
Eh its all good, at least I'm still 1 of the 2 shamans on my server with ES shoulders so I stand out from the 1000 Warlord shoulders running around now :) I'm glad I won't be pugging come time to grind 60-70.
Posted 15 December 2006 - 03:39 PM
Posted 15 December 2006 - 03:54 PM
At least all the people could raid yesterday, even if the server went down once. I had to give up after an hour, since Naxxramas has now 700-2k ping for me, 5-10sec delay on Instant spells and frequent disconnects in fights since the patch. So, while I would like to raid and we still get enough people to do so, I can't. BGs and normal instances work well, raiding sadly doesn't.
You are still lucky - ER EU raiding was killed by server being unstable since day one of patch 2.0. Both main Horde raiding teams gave up, it's not much better on Alliance side.
Posted 19 December 2006 - 12:02 PM
Somone quoted Tigole or Tseric here, that TBC will be a time of change for many guilds, as some people gone will resub, while others will use it as an excuse to bow out of the game. I wouldn't have imagined this to be so very much on spot, and I've the feeling the turmoil has just begun. Drama here we come ;)
EDIT: Thinking about it, I guess the <Overrated> rationale has soemthing to it. Better go with a bang, then die to attrition. TBC is basically going to be more or less a reroll anyway, so what does it matter. /shrug
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