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Author:  Rskingdom [ Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:53 am ]
Post subject:  I've only ever seen 1 forum topic about wow classic gold

I've only ever seen 1 forum topic about buy wow gold northdale this so it seems as though no one remembers, or maybe me and my friends are the only ones who care . However, there is far too much resistance for spells against players in pvp on personal servers, it's practically the mob resistance. My friend and I'd constantly raid Astranar on our own when we had been leveling up our first personalities, and one of our favorite memories was the first time we killed a? Rogue, he played with a warlock and dread was a huge portion of that.But on personal servers, because a spell caster at pvp it's almost moot fighting anyone 3 degrees greater as like 50 percent of your charms do not hit if not more. Which constantly bugged me as someone who loves spell and pvp casters. Seemed pointless for me to bother when leveling private servers.

In addition, I recall pvp videos of a hunting down 60 warriors. Not just that but in one of Vurtne's pvp movie's he is on his shaman alt combating 60 completely geared mages and constantly getting the interrupts. Enough to earn a part of his movie saying"look how simple shaman vs mage is" that simply doesn't seem likely on private servers. Hopefully somebody else recalls this.It will be interesting to see at what stage people draw the line for making modifications (if any) to classic servers. Sure, everything is the way WoW Classic was intended to be played back in the afternoon and needs to be kept that way. However, some things for instance, such as the availability/support for large public servers (much higher than back in the day) and therefore changes to world respawns seems like it might be an wow classic gold issue down the road, particularly with the limited number of accessible servers at launch.

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