Fewer babies, better game. If something like this ticks them off, I'd hate to see them handle REAL life issues.
I resubbed because of CRZ.
I dont see the bad thing that you actuall see ppl in zones, except botters?
As someone already stated the world feels alot more alive.
I am actually quitting the game, especially when MoP hits but not because I don't like it, no far from it. I just lacked the interested in playing wow in general, spending only 1-2 hours a week playing a game that costs me 13 euro a month just doesn't seem right. I might come back later on when I feel like playing again, but just to be sure I made a wow video on youtube and that's pretty much anything I wanted to do as a last important ( to me) thing. Or at least it was something I could do that was within my capabilities haha, I might need a lot more practice to get 2.2k rating for example. But yeah, have fun guys and make sure wow doesn't die out so that if I would come back I will have people to play with again!
p.s. broken english lol but yeah it's pass midnight here
Retribution pvp, check out the trailer! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dgd...A&feature=plcp
My only complaint is rare spawns having a lot more competition than before. Keep rare spawns tied exclusively to their own realm and I will have *zero* complaints.
Pvp with CRZ is actually amazing, if they sort out the pve/pvp realms mixing it would make it alot better, people should realise that rolling on a pvp realm means something.
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I was extremely wary of CRZs when they were being beta-tested, especially knowing that low-level realms on my server could be grouped with two servers that have a notorious anti-roleplay crowd (who will do any- and everything in their power to disrupt open-world RP events), but in practice they're not all that bad. Gilneas feels alive when I go play my lowbie druid alt, and the other night I made a new friend from another server RPing in Ratchet. We traded battletags and still chitchat.
Alive? If bots constitute life, if folks farming stuff constitutes interaction, I suppose. I don't feel like CRZ has contributed much that's positive to PVE realms; it seems to have had a bigger effect for PVP that does promote interaction. But for the others, it just creates more issues than it solves. While it would be nice to have folks to potentially group with in those areas, that's not what's happening - least not where I'm seeing it.
Well, the newer rare spawn pets in MoP can only be tracked and seen by Hunters. Also, once you've found the pet and mark it, even other hunters can't see it. So it's not that bad.
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That or you're pulling it out of your ass. Anyway.
I quit due to over-homogenization and plain boredom. The game can only reset and be redesigned so many times before people will lose interest. Content gating is obnoxious, especially when the game is on a pay-to-play model. If it were free-to-play and required nothing but a time investment, then I would find it to be acceptable. There aren't too many more reasons as to why I quit playing World of Warcraft; I enjoyed the few years I spent playing it, but my interests are going in the opposite direction of the designs currently being implemented.
CRZ has bring world PVP back and its amazing
CrZ is shit imo, there's actually alliance about, sucks that my guild is on a PvP server
I laughed when people quit over "QQ PANDA R 4 KIDZ! :>>?", not over this though. The whole CRZ thing is pointless and causes a lot of grief, especially for lowbie players.
It's something we can live without, but for some hard to live with.
Get rid of it.
I think quitting over this feature is a bit rash, but its their decision. Personally, I've enjoyed seeing other people in zones such as Icecrown also doing Argent Tournament dailies, even though a majority aren't from my realm. Cross realm zones have helped me feel as if I'm playing with other people out in the world again.
People have claimed to quit about pretty much anything.
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