besides bots it will in my eyes also increasing ganking on pvp servers due to bottle necks between zones, for example getting into vale would mean coming from kun-lai gate between the 2. flying reduces ganking in my eyes. so this will be fun imo.
EG: Going through dark portal on low alts to level, bottle necks.
Last edited by Paula Deen; 2013-12-04 at 11:39 PM.
That's assuming they still allow the robot to be used on the ground ofc. (and part of me says they won't...after all it would slow us down and druids can't use flight form on the ground)
No flying until 6.1 means....
Absolutely nothing. Shut the fuck up.
Post more constructively next time, please
Last edited by xskarma; 2013-12-28 at 02:20 AM.
I believe there needs to be some sort of gameplay captcha to proof you are not botting, like patrolling instagib trap Mobs who periodically get close and far to nodes and normal players can wait until the patrol is further away, bots die, or strong random void zones at random places that players can reckognize easy but bots have a hard time.
Last edited by Fincher; 2013-12-21 at 02:56 PM.
And don't forget: In WoD you have your Garrison where you can plant and harvest all kinds of materials.
It'll be interesting to see if they randomly hotfix down the spawn rates like they did with MoP (50%). Bar prices used to be 3-4g, then after the hotfix and throughout the rest of the expansion it's usually hanging around 6-8
awsome stuff good to hear
Don't forget that there won't be any achievements for being the first on the realm reaching max skill in a profession, so this might lower the super early crazy prices a bit.
You know when people want you to tell them the truth? They lie.
IMO just like MoP, prices will be high for awhile but drop so much after people start farming them.
I plan on buying almost everything I see being put up on AH, just because I want to max everything asap, to make it back quicker.
The markets will be high at the beginning, just like every expansion. It'll normalize pretty quickly though. No flying is pretty awful though.
The other thing that people seem to be missing is that with some fairly simple and as far as I know still widespread client hacks, bots can move arbitrarily through the terrain.