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Papavicks

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  1. Not one like I am talking about. I'm also not planning on starting one, but could if there was actually interest. I am in some leveling guild. I have a level 41 alliance hunter. I also have a level 8 rogue that I am considering trying to twink out depending on how bored I get over the next couple months. Yourself?
  2. Thanks again Darkrasp. Making Mondays Great Again!
  3. Howdy folks, What about a Kronos 2 guild for people waiting for Crestfall? We could do world PvP and talk about Crestfall plans. Maybe some twinking. Does something like this exist?
  4. Four months sounds great to me too. Gives more casual players plenty of time to catch up and enjoy BWL and progression on from there, but keeps things exciting for hardcore players. Seems like a solid middle ground, as you said. There will be no way to please everyone here so you've gotta run with something that is going to appeal to as many people as possible. As a side-note, I do think there is a propensity among hardcore players to assume that their viewpoint matters more. I don't fault them for this, as I can certainly see the reasoning. "We play the game more and invest the most time in it, so why would you tailor the server to more casual players?". The fact is, we need all types of players to have a great and successful vanilla experience. That's one of the things that makes vanilla so fantastic and one of the reasons I love it so much. The game was created to appeal to such an insane range of players and can be enjoyed in so many different ways. If you take out all of the casual players, or the middles of the road players (like myself), or the hardcore players, the game would seriously lack something and not feel complete. Overall, this gripe is more of a separate issue and I'm glad you, as devs, are working to ensure the experience appeals to a wide range of players. Can't wait!
  5. Oh, I wasn't saying you did. I put that on myself That's definitely part of it. In reality there are gonna be thousands of people on this server (hopefully) for whom this game fits into their lives in different ways. The great thing about the way it currently works is that hardcore players get a lot out of it, and more casual players can still catch up and enjoy progression. It would be a true bummer to much of the population if the content was exhausted before we have the chance to reach max level.
  6. I mean, sure. I didn't claim to be anything other than a dirty fucking casul in my last post. The average time it's taken players to get to 60 on every vanilla pserver is 10 days. Since a month has 30 days, we can safely say that you can get to 60 in a month if you play 8 hours a day (on average). I'm not faulting anyone for playing that much, but it's just not something i'm interested in. I would say it would take the best players around 5-6 days of /played to get to 60. Even at 4 hours a day, that's way more time than I want to spend playing. I'll probably play that much on weekends (but only sometimes).
  7. This x1000. Considering that pservers are filled with people who used to play back in '04-06, most of us are not kids anymore. We've got jobs, families, and other commitments and don't have time to shoot up to 60 in 2 weeks. I, for one, will take my time and hope to be 60 within 4-6 months. If you want to have more fun, try not joining a tryhard guild that min/maxes and stacks consumables. The content isn't necessarily hard enough that you need to. With decent players, you can work through the content without spending the whole week farming when you're not raiding. You can even hit the gym a couple times that week, maybe visit a pub with some pals. Sincerely, A dirty fucking Casul
  8. You're right about the Legion quest. Joana's addon has been updated a bit but it's quite hard to find the old versions of the guide. People use this one because it is the oldest version that can be found. I'll spend some time scouring the waybackmachine after work to see if I can dig up an accurate version. I think the "Nothing but the truth" quest is just Joana's fault. http://www.joanasworld.com/azeroth.htm Edit: Found a forum post that highlighted the ones that have been removed and edited the original post. Thanks for the feedback.
  9. Gotta go with Mankrik's wife
  10. When I'm actually playing on a live server I use them pretty loosely since they are designed to be hyper-efficient (assumes you aren't leveling trade skills) and assume that nobody is trying to gank you. When I get stuck, I'll pull out the guide and see what my options are for the level i'm at if I don't already know.
  11. I thought it might be nice to have these guides in one place in case people request them. The correct vanilla versions can be a bit hard to locate. Not sure if it's worth pinning, but we can at least have them available for search. I personally won't use a guide when the server goes live, but plan to use one on beta as it allows you to progress quickly so that we can get through more content and encounter more bugs. It also takes you through a great deal of content and which will expose more bugs. Both of these should be accurate to Vanilla. I've only seen a couple of quests in either guide that did not match Nost/Kronos and even with those it could be the fault of the servers. Joana/Mancow's Leveling guide for Horde http://xoma-rnd.narod.ru/1-60-horde-leveling-guide-v1.06.htm This guide was created for vanilla but was later updated with a few quests from BC. These quests can be ignored, as you won't find them on our server. (Let me know if you see any others and I will edit the post) 26-28 Ashenvale Destroy the Legion Diabolical Plans Never Again! 29-30 Thousand Needles A Different Approach A Dip in the Moonwell 34-36 Stranglethorn Vale Bloodscalp Insight An Unusual Patron 41-42 Swamp of Sorros Little Morsels Dustwallow Marsh The quests from the crashed zeppelin and Mudsprocket. Jame's Alliance leveling Guide http://wow-pro.com/node/600/revisions/600/view The horde leveling guide assumes you start in the Durotar and is a full 1-60 guide with minimal grinding. The Alliance leveling guide starts at 30, as it assumes that you'll be able to figure out the first 30 on your own since there are plenty of zones for leveling early on. "Some people say that Grinding is always faster than questing, this is true in theory when you don't know which quests to take and which to avoid, and what is the best order to do them. With this guide, questing will be very efficient and much better than pure grinding." -Jame Enjoy!
  12. Oh, I was talking about the BG announcements. Every time a BG goes off it makes a world announcement. It was cool when Kronos has 400-500 people, but with thousands it's real dumb.
  13. Couldn't agree more. Why Kronos hasn't turned theirs off is beyond me.
  14. Send a picture of your UI and a bit of information about it. I've been using a pretty vanilla (heh) interface and want to update a bit when the move to Crestfall happens. Follow these steps: 1.) Post a picture of your UI. 2.) <Optional> Explain how it's set up and why it works for what you do.
  15. Playing horde FTW (For the windfury)