if you dont want to get ganked - dont level on a pvp server.
CRZ is an awesome feature.
I swear I want to punch every PVPer who complains about CRZ... I'm a PVEer, and I HATE it... THAT has problems on my PVE server that screws things up while fixing next to nothing other than "bad advertizing" to new players who see mostly empty zones.
It was what kept me from buying Pandaria prior - but since enough people have left (and they seemingly tweaked it) there's still people, but not the friggin queue-lines to kill Chillmaw like I experienced before.
But still, I'd be happy without it on my PVE server - you can keep it for your PVP whateverness you all do. :P
The perfect quote from a Trump Supporter about a Trump Presidency:
Originally Posted by Silverlock
Why is that a nightmare? Nazis where amazing for Germans... it took the entire freaking world to stop them if we went nazi we could conquer the entire world.
Oh hey this thread again. The best compromise would be to have personal spawns of rares/nodes, but at a much smaller rate than regular spawns. Faster mob respawns or shared tags on everything would alleviate a lot of issues and stress. Big or small though, I just miss seeing people on my OWN server, not some cesspool of pseudo merged servers.
Mop was the beginning of the end for content outside the raid. And by content outside the raid I mean alternative means of character progression. WoD just took this to the next level and shoved everybody into raiding even more.
Originally Posted by bryroo
This thread has more entertaining content than WoD
Now that the issue is being addressed via realm mergers, there is no longer a need to be crossed with realms outside of our own merger.
Given that even fairly balanced high pops have CRZ in various zones there still an ongoing purpose for it. I might not like CRZ and its general disruption to the continuity of gameplay, to say it is no longer needed and its only purpose was a bandaid is short sighted.
I knew CRZ was going to be a nightmare the moment they announced it, but for some reason people defended it. It actually turned out worse because of how buggy it was. I agree worst implementation ever!