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Roland

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  1. Good to know, all I can say is I'm as interested as I was a few days back. That said, I rather not over-compromise to anything until at least there is a release date for the server. Regarding skill, wpvp in fairly big numbers, if the allmighty lag is mercifull, is more about good comunication, hierarchy and needless to say, peps who follow orders. Kind of like a raid to be honest. Rather than mechanical skill, a good team work of average players should always beat a chaotic band of god-like buggers. Anyway, please let us know if there is anything new in the future. Best wishes.
  2. And keep resilence as it was in TBC. I quite frankly began to miss the incredibly long arenas of S3 in the horrendous "Loladin/DK" meta of the new expansion. I even missed the Shadowstep/Hemo rogue, the good times ganking in Sunwell and glitching guard mobs. Ah, those were the days... In fact, disable WOTLK entirely
  3. Warrior and Paladin are usually my go to classes. And likely I'll end up lvling both, always loved Warrior mostly for PvP and Paladin for PvE. Shame the tanky spec for the later is not that viable for raiding in Vanilla. But do to my ignorance regarding vanilla PvE in general I'll actually enjoy the action from the back row delivering holy light.
  4. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but the Blizzlike numbers were 5k Cap? At least during BC, not sure if at some point they change it. Personally I didn't use to bother with the struggle of finding people to do quests or dungeons during my lvling experience on retail those days. Every time I lvled up a character I remember to have a handfull of friends added, roughly lvling at the same pace. So it was fairly usual they were online even close to the same quest nodes or LFG themselves for whatever reasons. Now while I ignore how bad/good can be a population of 8k/12k/15K you name it, I would argue keep it blizzlike is always the best solution. Simply because when Blizzard designed it's world no doubt did it with a certain population number in mind. Could just be for technical reasons, but I guess balance, immersion, economy and so on were also taken into account.
  5. Signed, eager to give my two cents in case of need.
  6. Buena suerte caballeros, por desgracia para mí no cabe otro servidor que no sea PvP.
  7. Good stuff, much appreciated. I reckon you can set your UI in a different realm and later on import the WTF file?
  8. As a zealous Wpvper myslef and even more zealous dwarf I shall follow and maybe join this project with great interest. Count with m'axe lads.
  9. Well after years waiting in the shadows for legacy servers and presuming such thing is never going to happen I shall give a try to the private scene. And no doubt this project seems exciting. As an old Burning Crusade player I'm eager to play and enjoy the fresh beginning of Vanilla WoW progressing into TBC, something I never had the chance to experience and I'm indeed looking for. See you folks to share a round of mead at Ironfoge or a good hammering outside it's walls.