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Kare
4 months ago
Classic WoW can't come soon enough!
teebling
4 months ago
slud wrote:
4 months ago
How to prepare for Classic WoW:
  • Close the curtains.
  • Lock all doors.
  • Turn off phone.
  • Purchase ludicrous amounts of Mountain Dew and Doritos.
you forgot to add chuck norris poster up on the wall and pc relocated to toilet seat
slud
4 months ago
Legitimately gonna have no life for a solid few months when it drops.
Faendor
4 months ago
Yea, pretty much :smile:
slud
4 months ago
How to prepare for Classic WoW:
  • Close the curtains.
  • Lock all doors.
  • Turn off phone.
  • Purchase ludicrous amounts of Mountain Dew and Doritos.
Razor
5 months ago
Syturio wrote:
5 months ago
Faendor wrote:
5 months ago
I've been trying to not touch WOW until Classic comes out but my will is too weak to resist :biggrin:
Me too. I quitted all p-servers. I don't want to get burned out before Classic launches.
There is still much time to go. Maybe a year or so. I would say it's better to regulate, not terminate :smile:
Syturio
5 months ago
Faendor wrote:
5 months ago
I've been trying to not touch WOW until Classic comes out but my will is too weak to resist :biggrin:
Me too. I quitted all p-servers. I don't want to get burned out before Classic launches.
Faendor
5 months ago
Razor wrote:
5 months ago
Don't you feel like all this preparing thing might take something away when the Classic launches? It's like walking around the store as a kid, checking out the roller-blades you always wanted for the hundredth time, trying them on etc. while still saving money for them - and once you actually get them, they seem so familiar that there is almost no joy, or it is not as intense.

I'd say the best thing to do is to relax a bit. :smile: We already know everything. And things we might have forgotten should be left for rediscovery.
This video was rather meant to help those Retailers understand what to expect from this game. It just shows the major differences. Anyways, considering the rest of videos, posts, guides etc. you definitely have a good point there. It most likely will make the content less explorable and enjoyable. I've been trying to not touch WOW until Classic comes out but my will is too weak to resist :biggrin:
Razor
5 months ago
Don't you feel like all this preparing thing might take something away when the Classic launches? It's like walking around the store as a kid, checking out the roller-blades you always wanted for the hundredth time, trying them on etc. while still saving money for them - and once you actually get them, they seem so familiar that there is almost no joy, or it is not as intense.

I'd say the best thing to do is to relax a bit. :smile: We already know everything. And things we might have forgotten should be left for rediscovery.
Firelord
5 months ago
This video was really well made, props to the woman who did it.

A lot of what she mentioned, believe it or not, or stuff I genuinely liked about the game. Character management, preperation, micro-management.

I cannot wait to experience this all again, even the questing—without a helper. Not that I need to, most of it I have as muscle memory.
Faendor
5 months ago
This video objectively clarifies what the Vanilla experience is like.