Page 33 of 34 FirstFirst ...
23
31
32
33
34
LastLast
  1. #641
    The impossible just happened. Thanks to the realm instability I was able to get TLPD spawn. However I was tabbed out while it happened. Once I found it (SW spawn) I managed to kite it but dismounted wrong and did not kill it. I ressed, and a level 90 from same faction but other realm was standing next to the dead body. Yeah, I know, it was stupid to dismount wrong but if it were not for CRZ I would've had it because my realm is dead as silence through the wind. Seriously, fuck CRZ.
    "When i am done with you, you won't trust your own mind."

  2. #642
    Titan Wildtree's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    Iowa - Franconia
    Posts
    12,542
    Quote Originally Posted by lolalola View Post
    The impossible just happened. Thanks to the realm instability I was able to get TLPD spawn. However I was tabbed out while it happened. Once I found it (SW spawn) I managed to kite it but dismounted wrong and did not kill it. I ressed, and a level 90 from same faction but other realm was standing next to the dead body. Yeah, I know, it was stupid to dismount wrong but if it were not for CRZ I would've had it because my realm is dead as silence through the wind. Seriously, fuck CRZ.
    My feelings are with you. But......
    If you were on your realms zone, chances are he wouldn't have been there... TLPD I mean.. he could have, or he could not have.

    In case you do pet battle stuff, you would know that.
    You take the FP to a zone where you need a rare spawn pet. You fly there, and on your way there you see plenty of it on your tracker. The moment you land, POOF. they are gone. You arrived in CRZ.... The pets you saw you seen on your own realms zone. But now, after you landed, you are not in your realm anymore.

  3. #643
    Quote Originally Posted by Wildtree View Post
    My feelings are with you. But......
    If you were on your realms zone, chances are he wouldn't have been there... TLPD I mean.. he could have, or he could not have.

    In case you do pet battle stuff, you would know that.
    You take the FP to a zone where you need a rare spawn pet. You fly there, and on your way there you see plenty of it on your tracker. The moment you land, POOF. they are gone. You arrived in CRZ.... The pets you saw you seen on your own realms zone. But now, after you landed, you are not in your realm anymore.
    Of course the RNG would've been different that much is guaranteed because the spawn chance is very low and the chance it would've spawned on my realm at the very same moment it spawned on this CRZ is very, very low. Heck perhaps the realm crashed again while I was looking to kill it. However the spawn rate is same CRZ as it was on realm, I was on the CRZ, and the spawn was really there. I had aggro on him, I kited him. I even dotted him. But I fell down while doing so.

    I've been camping the spot regularly. I do sometimes do a dungeon or BG that much is true, but I hardly ever see anyone else around. And then during my corpserun this tauren DK from a high pop realm is there.

    PS: Dalaran is on same CRZ as The Storm Peaks. If you see TLPD, it is there. Period.
    Last edited by lolalola; 2012-11-24 at 05:46 PM.
    "When i am done with you, you won't trust your own mind."

  4. #644
    Quote Originally Posted by lolalola View Post
    The impossible just happened. Thanks to the realm instability I was able to get TLPD spawn. However I was tabbed out while it happened. Once I found it (SW spawn) I managed to kite it but dismounted wrong and did not kill it. I ressed, and a level 90 from same faction but other realm was standing next to the dead body. Yeah, I know, it was stupid to dismount wrong but if it were not for CRZ I would've had it because my realm is dead as silence through the wind. Seriously, fuck CRZ.
    What makes you think you were on your realm? You could have been on the other guy's realm. Also grow up. It isn't your mob until you tag it and kill it.

  5. #645
    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Jim View Post
    They won't be quitting over this. If they do quit, it just means they were already bored as fuck with the game and the CRZ was the last straw.

    ---------- Post added 2012-11-24 at 04:06 PM ----------



    Yes, losing even more players is such a good thing to happen in an MMO.
    Actually that last sentence is now irrelevant with the future of open worlds across realms play...

    Let's say in X years ... WoW would loose 90% of its players and you would have 200k players per region ...

    In full cross server play that would mean 200k can play together in the open world ....

    ... That's 20 (!) times more people playing together than one single WoW server could ever hold....

    And CRZ is just starting...


    .... See? That's why you have to be an idiot if you want to whine about cross server play ...



    It is the future of ALL MMORPG developments coming from Blizzard. Be that WoW or Titan.

  6. #646
    Average mmo poster #1) "If you don't like it vote with your wallet"
    Average mmo poster #2) "I don't Like this im quiting"
    Average mmo poster #1 "LOL at all these babies quitting because they don't like it"

    Hmmm.

  7. #647
    Quote Originally Posted by xanzul View Post
    What makes you think you were on your realm? You could have been on the other guy's realm. Also grow up. It isn't your mob until you tag it and kill it.
    I am not claiming at all it is "my" realm because I understand how CRZ works.

    "My" realm is now simply Orgrimmar, Stormwind, and Pandaria. That's it. All other zones are clusters.

    Ie. Cluster A, Cluster B, Cluster C, et al.

    Cluster A: Realm A, B, C, D, E, F, G.
    Cluster B: Realm H, I, J, K, L, M, N.
    Cluster C: ...

    Realm G = my realm, very low pop.
    Realm D = my competitors realm, a high pop realm.

    Both variables are truthful to the situation as described.

    If person from Realm G gets TLPD spawn the chance he'd have competition is simply lower (also since it was like that before CRZ) than person from realm D who is on high pop realm means more competition.

    I never claimed the mob was "mine". I don't hate the person who took killed the mob and got the mount. On the contrary, I congratulate them (did not express, but I do). I am angry at myself for failing, and at the system because the thing I hated in theory has happened to me in practice. Had TLPD been spawned pre-CRZ I'd have gotten it even if I failed first attack because of lack of competition.
    "When i am done with you, you won't trust your own mind."

  8. #648
    ive had no problem with CRZ, and ive leveled to characters from 1-85 so far since mop, its made it a bit more interesting, in cata it felt like a single player game leveling up, never saw another player, now i see lots while questing at low levels, i dont understand all the hate for it.
    Too cool for a signature

  9. #649
    Quote Originally Posted by BenBos View Post
    Actually that last sentence is now irrelevant with the future of open worlds across realms play...

    Let's say in X years ... WoW would loose 90% of its players and you would have 200k players per region ...

    In full cross server play that would mean 200k can play together in the open world ....

    ... That's 20 (!) times more people playing together than one single WoW server could ever hold....

    And CRZ is just starting...


    .... See? That's why you have to be an idiot if you want to whine about cross server play ...



    It is the future of ALL MMORPG developments coming from Blizzard. Be that WoW or Titan.
    CRZ = disturbing technology which changed people's realm choices. Previous choices were: realm you play, faction you play, friends you play with (IRL or virtual), the guild you're in, also the other guilds on the realm, the competition on AH, pve/pvp, rp or not. It is the complete package you roll on. Now added variable is everything CRZ brings. How is your CRZ cluster? Yes sure nothing is static, the world changes, but this is a revolution which happened over night and in order to adapt to it you got 4 choices: quit (vote with your wallet as someone said), accept it (eat the dogfood), reroll (costs time, cannot roll to a place w/o it), transfer (costs money, cannot roll to a place w/o it) which is a dilemma with only bad choices available for a significant potion of playerbase. This is very different from a game which has CRZ from start.
    "When i am done with you, you won't trust your own mind."

  10. #650
    Stood in the Fire Ravlon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Location
    not a very nice place
    Posts
    385
    I don't see a problem at all. After MoP launched - sure, it was impossible to do a couple of quests in the Barrens. But right now I'm not experiencing any issues - just the opposite, it feels the same old way as I level alts.

  11. #651
    Quote Originally Posted by NatePsychotic View Post
    I'm laughing at the fact people are quitting over a feature that really makes zones more lively.
    Malls at midnight on Black Friday can be described as "lively." This doesn't make me want to be at a mall on Black Friday though. Crzs give many players that Black Friday at midnight feeling: the hassle just isn't worth the benefit.

    Some players may enjoy Crz, but why would anyone laugh at other players having issues?

  12. #652
    the only thing that pisses me off is the clusterfuck it is to level a gathering profession or just farming mats for lvling a profession.. i have to compete with a handful of players and bots from my own server, now i gotta compete with a handful of players/bots from 6 different servers.. if i wanted to farm on an extremely full server, id xfer to illidan. even then it wouldnt be as packed as crz makes it

  13. #653
    you know what? I would normally never quit because of QRZ... but a lot of my friends did and so it somehow affects me as well. -.- I haven't locked into WoW for 2 weeks now.

  14. #654
    Quote Originally Posted by Madmajix View Post
    Average mmo poster #1) "If you don't like it vote with your wallet"
    Average mmo poster #2) "I don't Like this im quiting"
    Average mmo poster #1 "LOL at all these babies quitting because they don't like it"

    Hmmm.
    The problem is most of the people claiming to quit don't ever actually quit. We might take it a bit more seriously if it wasn't typically an empty threat.

    ---------- Post added 2012-11-24 at 08:50 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by lolalola View Post
    I am not claiming at all it is "my" realm because I understand how CRZ works.

    "My" realm is now simply Orgrimmar, Stormwind, and Pandaria. That's it. All other zones are clusters.

    Ie. Cluster A, Cluster B, Cluster C, et al.

    Cluster A: Realm A, B, C, D, E, F, G.
    Cluster B: Realm H, I, J, K, L, M, N.
    Cluster C: ...

    Realm G = my realm, very low pop.
    Realm D = my competitors realm, a high pop realm.

    Both variables are truthful to the situation as described.

    If person from Realm G gets TLPD spawn the chance he'd have competition is simply lower (also since it was like that before CRZ) than person from realm D who is on high pop realm means more competition.

    I never claimed the mob was "mine". I don't hate the person who took killed the mob and got the mount. On the contrary, I congratulate them (did not express, but I do). I am angry at myself for failing, and at the system because the thing I hated in theory has happened to me in practice. Had TLPD been spawned pre-CRZ I'd have gotten it even if I failed first attack because of lack of competition.
    If you truly understood how cross realm zones work you would understand not all zones are a part of it. In fact a good majority of them aren't. It is only the zones flagged by Blizzard manually as not having an appropriate amount of players. Either way the point remains Blizzard intended for there to be competition for things liike TLPD and it is entirely irrelevant who got it and which realm they are on. The mount is for you not your realm if you don't get the mount it shouldn't matter who did. So like I said, grow up.
    Last edited by xanzul; 2012-11-25 at 04:00 AM.

  15. #655

    Keep throwing salt on Blizzards peeved off subscriber base.

    Quote Originally Posted by SteakAndAlePie View Post
    you know what? I would normally never quit because of QRZ... but a lot of my friends did and so it somehow affects me as well. -.- I haven't logged into WoW for 2 weeks now.
    Know that feeling very well my mains guild in Cata 465 members ran 3 10 man raid teams, heroic core, normal core, signup for those we couldn't accomodate in the other two. Had anywhere from 8-18-35 on at any given time. 8 was usually holiday traffic.

    Guilds dropped to 258 members and I hear on vent they are lucky if they have 3-4 people online most days and can't even field a guild raid anymore. Everyone of the 3 core raid teams had access to the beta, they never came back.

    Now the remainder of the guild are discussing a chapter house in another game.

    Keep lol'ing, I'm sure Bliz will be so happy come their 4th quarter results.

    p.s. never made 25 mans, GM just didn't want to deal with trying to co-ordinate it.
    Last edited by Tharn; 2012-11-25 at 03:55 AM.

  16. #656
    Quote Originally Posted by lolalola View Post
    CRZ = disturbing technology which changed people's realm choices. Previous choices were: realm you play, faction you play, friends you play with (IRL or virtual), the guild you're in, also the other guilds on the realm, the competition on AH, pve/pvp, rp or not. It is the complete package you roll on. Now added variable is everything CRZ brings. How is your CRZ cluster? Yes sure nothing is static, the world changes, but this is a revolution which happened over night and in order to adapt to it you got 4 choices: quit (vote with your wallet as someone said), accept it (eat the dogfood), reroll (costs time, cannot roll to a place w/o it), transfer (costs money, cannot roll to a place w/o it) which is a dilemma with only bad choices available for a significant potion of playerbase. This is very different from a game which has CRZ from start.
    The problem is you have never ever at any point whatsoever had a choice in who plays around you. You could zip zap from realm to realm to realm to avoid people but the fact is Blizzard wants zones to be active and filled with people. Don't like it? You are playing the wrong game and most definitely have the wrong menality to be in any online community. It isn't always about you and only you and nothing else.

    ---------- Post added 2012-11-24 at 08:56 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by adorich View Post
    Malls at midnight on Black Friday can be described as "lively." This doesn't make me want to be at a mall on Black Friday though. Crzs give many players that Black Friday at midnight feeling: the hassle just isn't worth the benefit.

    Some players may enjoy Crz, but why would anyone laugh at other players having issues?
    And yet malls were intended to serve a certain capacity of people whether you like it or not. The same goes for zones in this game. Blizzard didn't intend on allowing zones to be empty and for players to have free reign over all the resources and quest mobs they desire with absolutely zero competition.

    ---------- Post added 2012-11-24 at 08:58 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by kaamila View Post
    the only thing that pisses me off is the clusterfuck it is to level a gathering profession or just farming mats for lvling a profession.. i have to compete with a handful of players and bots from my own server, now i gotta compete with a handful of players/bots from 6 different servers.. if i wanted to farm on an extremely full server, id xfer to illidan. even then it wouldnt be as packed as crz makes it
    Again zones were built from the ground up for that amount of players. You aren't supposed to get every ore and herb in the zone with zero competition. I'm sorry but this isn't a legitimate complaint. There is a case to be made that maybe the number of people should be adjusted but to pretend this isn't intentional just stifles honest discussion and derails it.
    Last edited by xanzul; 2012-11-25 at 03:59 AM.

  17. #657
    Quote Originally Posted by xanzul View Post
    The problem is most of the people claiming to quit don't ever actually quit. We might take it a bit more seriously if it wasn't typically an empty threat
    Ummmm... yeah... yeah they actually do quit.

    This is why Cataclysm (and all of MoP) had a massive shift in game design philosophy mid-way into the expansion. You don't just do that kind of a shift overnight, especially after GC posting a "Players need to stop complaining about difficulty and just step it up" speech 2 months prior.

    We'll really know what's going on next quarter, a quarter that does NOT end on the same week as an expansion launch. :P
    "Tell them only that the Lich King is dead... and that World of Warcraft... died with him..."

    Quote Originally Posted by BenBos View Post
    That's the ONLY reason you would post 9600 posts over 3 years: a mission of hate.

  18. #658
    And yet malls were intended to serve a certain capacity of people whether you like it or not. The same goes for zones in this game. Blizzard didn't intend on allowing zones to be empty and for players to have free reign over all the resources and quest mobs they desire with absolutely zero competition.
    I'm so very happy you made that analogy, mall where I use to live was like that. Jam packed with people you could barely walk, happened a few years. Was so congested and not fun trying to move from retailer to retailer. So I go into said mall while I was visiting a friend a month ago, 14 shops vacant, very little foot traffic. Looked at my friend and said "what happened?" He replied "people got fed up being shoe horned, so a lot of customers started going to less congested places to shop. So many of the malls customers did that, their foot traffic was seriously effected and stores just started pulling out."

    So crowded isn't always the best.

    Quality vs Quantity wins every time.

    Which would you prefer new computer that last 3-5 years and needs minimal upgrades or a computer that last 6 months and you have to buy a new one.

    p.s. christmas going to suck for that mall this year, any bookie would be giving even money on that.
    Last edited by Tharn; 2012-11-25 at 04:19 AM.

  19. #659

  20. #660
    OP do you follow the wow forums' general discussion much? There is ALWAYS at least one hotbutton topic that people are going to "quit over" if not "fixed". Ever since the wow forums existed.

    It's always something dumb/minor too. CRZ, anniversary pets, auto de's when an enchanter is in lfd, etc etc etc.

    You have to just ignore it and not take it seriously, people who actually do quit for a seemingly minor issue were probably heading out the door anyway or weren't too fun to play with in the first place.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •