Was the scale of the World of Warcraft world an extraordinary feat for its time?
Is it me or is Alliance always more buttblasted over people who invade their capital cities compared to Horde?
>invaded Stormwind, slaying King Varian and Greymane with success
>Whole Alliance immediately storms into all Horde capitals in full numbers
>mfw I didn't fucking care anymore since I got bear mount from already invading all Alliance capitals.
You can try Nostalrius, It's not an accurate representation of vanilla wow but it's the best there ever was, not sure how it is nowadays but it had 7-8k people online at peak hours and lots of cool people, and for god's sake don't even bother with retail.
I still don't know what they were thinking. WoD's content that is there is so shit and stale. Like JUST isn't enough to describe the pure laziness.
That game was always garbage, I'll never get nostalgiafags. It was literally Everquest for Normies when it came out and now it's a Facebook minigame simulator.
Currently playing on the Kronos vanilla like server.
>tfw it's AV weekend
No it's not the same, it's the best scripted server out but the pop is too low to be considered wow-like. You could try nost but the pop there is far too big and the scripting is sub-par. ( bugged quests, NPC's not using skills like they should, over buffing mobs in instances to make up for it etc )
dont listen to this >>323306314 nost shill
while I only started during late TBC I tried numerous vanilla servers
yes it is an awesome experience but only because I already had a ground to base it on and wasnt completely new to WoW
while servers like Emerald Dream (RIP) were buggy and stuff you still got the core experience of vanilla WoW and it was nice
nost was the same during the first weeks however now that the server has 10k pop, gold farming chinese and "DINDUNUFFIN" niggers camping lvl 20 contested zones with groups of 10+ lvl60s the game is shit for somebody who never played WoW
the magic is gone unless you find a small, new release server that caps at ~4k players
>Alliance saves the world from the countless invading demons/undead/whataver the fuck tries to destroy Azeroth
>Horde is still stuck in petty rivalry because of their massive inferiority complex.
Hey, guys do you remember that guild? Yeah THAT guild. The one that always had someone online to talk to. The one that you'd look forward to hanging out with after school. The guild that can never be re-created.
Are you ready for this?
>you will never talk to them again
>you will never raid/pvp with your guild again
>you will never know if they're doing okay, half of them could be homeless, dead, or subscribed again on another character
>you will never pull all nighters hanging out with people on a computer game that felt more like family than anyone else
I shifted between both sides frequently from Classic to MoP. What I noticed over the years was that the majority of Horde players were better than the majority of Alliance players, but the top tier Alliance players were a lot better than the Horde's top players. Alliance players usually had much more patience while the Horde players had much more tenacity. The Horde usually had a much bigger population though, so they had more top players available to them.