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Zaza

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  1. No, no... It's not that I can not wait, but I just thought to see the opinion of the other people who are active here on the forum about the upcoming server (CF).
  2. Greetings, CF community! I'm starting this topic because I have one dilemma - where should I play PvE - raiding. I read threads on the forum, and I noticed that when it comes to Guilds & Recruitment, many more posts have Kul Tiras PVP server and here comes my problem. Can we assume which server will have a larger population? If the PvP server (Kul Tiras) has a larger population, should I start here? As a player who is more interested in PvE and raiding. What is the purpose of creating a PvE guild on PvP (Kul Tiras) server, when we have PvE (Zul'Dare) one? (I know it's a stupid question, but I hope you will help me solve my dilemma when it comes to this topic.) Can a larger population lead to greater success or "death" to another server Pve / Pvp? What would you suggest to me? Thanks in advance, and I'll see you soon! Warmly, Zaza
  3. This server has a brighter future than official servers. It's simple, there will always be someone who cannot afford to pay due to dollar exchange to their currency, someone who wants to re-experience REAL classic WoW, cuz "official" will be with the changes, 100%. Some players will come here to re-experience PTE thing, etc... And most important thing, the "official" servers won't be live for like 1-2 years from now, you will see... I could go on and on like this, but it's pointless, you have the right to your own opinion, but there is no need to "spit" / disrespect on someone's work. You could simply leave, if you don't like it, and wish them best of luck. Cheers!
  4. Turning off RDF can be great - can strengthen the community! For someone, it will be great, communication with people, organization, etc. But for some "lazy" people that can be a minus... But as for everything else, there will always be 2 sides.
  5. Worth to wait!