Bring back a time when there was no LFR
I was really miffed when they made Costume effects out-of-battle only. Apparantly they did the change for PVP reasons, but it removed a large chunk of fun for me.
I loved being able to use Noggenfoggers and turn into a skeleton as a Feral Druid, and being able to charge, sprint and pounce all over the place. And it was one of the few methods I could use to not stare at Bear ass the entire time in a raid. They give us so many toys, but they don't let us use em where it matters
Darker nights. Different kinds of weather effects, snow, thunderstorms, etc. (Have they ever existed btw?) In all my years of playing WoW I've only seen it occasionally rain in Loch Modan. And quivers for hunters! Just a simple cosmetic item to be put on your back.
Lets see... what else... the 5% passive crit buff for fury warriors. 'Twas removed a long time ago. I loved it. But us warriors got slapped in the cock by Blizzard, as per usual, and decided it would be time for another nerf.
Attunements, hmm. Maybe. But I certainly am not looking forward to an endless grindfest. And as for 40-man raids, no thanks. Raiding with 25 people is already a mess and enough as it is, I've been in a progressive raiding guild for a short amount of time while doing raids like ToT, it was terrible. I would certainly not want 40 people derping around. Also, with all the spell effects these days, having a bunch of mages, warlocks and priests causing your fps to drop by 60 frames isn't fun.
"The sword is mightier than the pen, and considerably easier to kill with."
It did get heaps worse with Timeless Isle which shortened the time needed for freshly dinged toons to jump in there, sure.
And I've no idea how bad it is now, with level 90 boosts available, as I'm unsubbed.
But I vividly remember the time when I enjoyed it big time.
WoW is still a group game. Blizz has done their darndest to remove the need to interact with other people but you still raid with other people. Per usual people go where it's easiest to get loot, so off to LFR it is.
Now drop the incentive and make LFR gear on par with heroic dungeons and you might have something.
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Anyone that thinks LFR is stealing normal mode raiders is lawl, Before lfr, raiding was done by a minority, even blizz said that when lfr was first introduced, all lfr did was let more ppl do the content. You didn't lose any members and if you did they obviously didn't enjoy the way normal raiding worked because of time/guild ect...
Detect traps and detect magic.
I mean I want it back too but...
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Detect magic... well in a sense that's passive for everyone since you can see buffs and debuffs...
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Agree that some of them would be cool, though Blizzard probably doesn't want to let it get out of hand.
-well at least the current LFR system makes you go through content mostly in order. I couldn't raid LFR until until I had been through timeless/valor stuff, then needed LFR gear to raid-raid. I consider that good enough, though it pushes gearscore over competence.
-don't we have an entire piece of content revolving around farming? Sunsong Ranch? It takes freaking forever to get the mats for a lot of things, like a week just to make your noodle cart. If that isn't farming, I don't know what is.
-Maybe now that we have LFR, that'd be possible, but I think 25 is plenty. The lag man, the lag!
There was a bug in Stratholme dungeon in Wrath where I found a bug that let you transform into a Human while in bear form. It involved using the item that turned you into a metal dwarf, then going into animal form, which bugged out and gave you a default Human wearing your druid gear. It was hilarious freaking out pugs charging in and smacking things with a staff
But that was fixed near the end of Wrath
Just give us Class/TBC servers so everyone can play the WoW they want to play.
I'm not going to stop asking you know.
Old school Talents. It gave me something to look forward to while leveling, even one point in crit. The talent itself was lackluster but leveling made it something to look forward to every level, instead of every like 10 where you get something useful.
I just wish wow put more emphasis on leveling and not trying to speed it up but make it more enjoyable as a whole. Buying a 90 was blizzard admitting that leveling is a voluntary chore now a days. Might as well start all characters at level 90.
They need to update all holidays again, not completely change them, just an overhaul. Like Hallows End has no tank ring option, not cool. Also add a holiday in between Love is in the Air - late Feb and Noblegarden in late March. Have it be a celebration over the end of the 3rd War or something.