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Rawne

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  1. I don't have much experience with private servers, so I don't know much about common bugs or things that often don't work correctly, but I'll just chime in. 1. What I would like to see would be, for example, that Charge works correctly, meaning the character stops in front of the target, not behind it. Another thing would be mobs turning towards a stealthed character shortly before discovering the character. One last thing I can think of would be ore nodes not spawning on top of each other, although I don't know if it's possible to really show off in a video. 2. Those would be things that, for me personally, would show off the Crestfall staffs capabilities and attention to detail, to help distinguish the project from other, similar ones. 3. + 4. Videos in the 5-10 minute range showing off a few related elements at a time would be a good solution, I believe. 5. Personally I'm not a fan of ultra-flashy, meme-ridden videos, so I'd prefer low-key, detailed videos. But to build hype and a solid playerbase, some flashy-ness is probably necessary. Just don't go all out on the neon flashy awesomeness and everything will be fine. 6. As Retrac47 said, comparisons will probably be necessary for some smaller, harder to discern things, but letting the facts speak for themselves most of the time could send a strongl signal.
  2. Well, that sucks. I just hope Hellground keeps going and people won't lose their characters. As long as Crestfall doesn't get bogged down with queues etc., more players = more good.
  3. I'll definitely main a warrior again, switching between tank and arms. And I'll probably level a druid too, but that's going to take a while.
  4. Welcome! What server/faction will you play?
  5. @Njut Glad I'm not the only one around here. That tune is mad, Kartel and Bunji really are two of the greatest artists the scene has right now. Just a shame Kartel is in prison and once his pre-recorded stuff is all released, there won't be any new stuff from him for a long time.
  6. In general I listen to pretty much everything that has anything to do with Reggae and Dancehall. Some slow Reggae is, for me at least, the perfect music for relaxed leveling, while Dancehall with its faster rhythm gives the needed push for raids and PvP. Right now, this is one of my favorite Dancehall tunes: Hope some of you like it.
  7. Well, open world leveling should work fine with a Pala + Voidwalker as tank, but dungeons will be a challenge. Especially the later ones, things like Dead Mines and The Stockade should be doable. It's just that the lack of any kind of taunt and subpar threat generation makes tanking groups of elites very, very hard for paladins. If your damage dealers get aggro'd, they are pretty much dead if they don't have skills like Vanish, Feign Death or Iceblock at the ready.
  8. For the Alliance composition, if you want a tank, you shouldn't swap the warrior for a paladin. No matter what Killerduki says, prot paladins aren't really that viable in vanilla. I can't really give you tips for leveling as a group as I always leveled solo, but I'm pretty sure that you won't reach 60 in 1 1/2 weeks playing 4-5 hours a day.
  9. I'm glad all that drama is over, and you were able to get some semblance of normalcy back. Thank you all for your work and dedication, and I'd like to once again say, the way you handled all this made me have great faith in the team. Thank you for not giving in to the trolls, for staying level-headed and mature.
  10. @CodemonsterThere is no publically playable Crestfall server right now, the closed beta is for the vanilla realm. We're all waiting for the release of both the PvE and PvP vanilla realms, which will be sometime in 2017. Probably.
  11. Don't say that, if you love tanking and join a guild early on, I'm sure you can be their main tank. Tanks are always wanted and needed, and as long as your guild is more casual and not that fixed on progression, you can do it without having to invest too much time, if that's your concern. That's how it was for me in retail vanilla, I didn't have that much time and was around 12, so as you can imagine, I didn't know what I was doing half of the time. And while I didn't become main tank, as I fell in love with the Arms specc of my warrior, I tanked when needed and just had fun raiding once a week. I'm sure you will do much better than my 12 year old self, so I see no reason why you shouldn't accomplish your goal.
  12. I'd like to have Quel'Serrar, some day. Ever since I first saw it on a warrior chilling in Ironforge, I've wanted it. I can't tell how many damn times I ran through DM, even while TBC was out already. That damn book never once dropped for me, and I refuse to buy it for exorbitant amounts of gold. Some day, it will be mine...
  13. Thanks for the warm welcome everyone, I'm glad to be here. @Retrac47 Some friends of mine will probably start with me, and they are pretty fond of wPvP. We'll decide where we roll once the release is within reach, so maybe I'll have to roll another character on the PvP realm. If we do roll there, I'll make sure to message you, thanks! @Chickengrease Danke!
  14. Good evening, guys. I've been lurking on here for the last few months, and I gotta say I've become pretty damn excited about this project. The community (that's you!) seems pretty nice and I appreciate the fact that discussions on here don't usually devolve into name-calling and trolling, so, you go guys! The way the staff handled the last few weeks, coupled with Darkrasp's updates and everything else I've seen on this forum, reassured me that this really seems to be the server that can give me a home and fulfill that want for vanilla and BC warcraft. A big Thank You goes out to each of the staff members, for all the work they've done and continue to do, and for not giving up on this vision in spite of everything that's happened. Now a bit about myself, this is an introduction after all. I'm a 24 year old guy, hailing from Germany. I'm into (surprise) anything Fantasy and SciFi, as long as it's not some shallow 'Young Adult' stuff. Also, I'm really into Reggae and Dancehall music, enjoy cooking and I sometimes make my own mead. If anybody is interested, it's really simple to produce, and I'll gladly share the recipe. My career in WoW started a few months after release, I was allowed to play on my brothers account whenever he wasn't home, and started leveling a human warrior. It was fun, but I leveled very slowly. A few months before BC hit, maybe half a year, I managed to hit 60 and convinced my brother to let me raid one evening per week, maybe two if he was out anyways. Found a guild, went with them as off tank to Molten Core, killed Ragnaros after weeks of trying (which was one of the best moments of my gaming career) and managed to see the third boss in BWL. Then BC hit and I had a blast running Karazhan with a close-knit, small guild, but we never got enough people together for any of the 25-man raids. Once WotLK arrived, we started raiding as soon as everyone hit 80, cleared everything except for Ulduar and I got to experience another of my favorite moments in gaming: killing Arthas, seeing the story that began in WC3 brought to a close. But yeah, after that I was pretty done, I despised Dungeonfinder, hated the fact that barely anyone would run lower-tier raids except to gear up twinks. Stopped playing shortly after Cata released, but I never got completely away from the game, I always at least took a peek via a one-week-trial whenever a new expansion came out, but the new mechanics just didn't scratch that itch. That's why I'm so giddy with the thought of a project aiming to recreate those first few years, as close to the original experience as possible. I just want a server with a nice community that feels alive, to have fun with like-minded people and maybe clear a bit more content this time around, now that I'm not a kid anymore and know at least a little bit about what i'm supposed to be doing. Whew, that's become quite the novel. Now to finish up: I'm going to roll a Human Warrior again, on the PvE realm, Zul'Dare. I'll specc arms, prot for raids and, if it should prove necessary, for certain dungeons. Whoever made it this far: Thank you for your time, and I'll see you in game. Someday.