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I also agree that layering has played out its usefullness and has now tipped the scales to being more harmful than helpfull. One could argue it was nessecary for opening or not, but now it needs to go away. I havent heard of any arguments to keep if any longer.
Yeh I think that's right. I would be interested to know how many layers exist on some of the medium population servers. I wonder if they are approaching 1-2 layers? Maybe some low pop servers already have no layering? Would be good to get a solid Blizz post updating the state of layering.

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Selexin wrote:
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It's ok :smile: enjoy your layering, its the most profitable thing you'll ever experience!
I mean... I have two raid teams and a bank full of raid mats... So the gold I earned from devilsaurs kind of falls in comparison... BUT it was a pretty unbelievable boost for 3-4 guys building a set per hour.

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Selexin wrote:
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It's ok :smile: enjoy your layering, its the most profitable thing you'll ever experience!
I mean... I have two raid teams and a bank full of raid mats... So the gold I earned from devilsaurs kind of falls in comparison... BUT it was a pretty unbelievable boost for 3-4 guys building a set per hour.
Absolutely, and it probably helped you with funding some consumes or gear or whatever for your raid teams. Layering was insanely helpful for early 60s if abused in the 'right' way. I think everyone agrees that the game will be better once it is removed, it's only the amount it has impacted players that varies case by case. Huge impact on yourself (and others) mostly positive, negative impact on others (subjective economy blah blah) and minimal or indifferent impact on more casual or slower levelers.

Hopefully most of the tourists are moving on. Some guys I know who picked up classic for their first ever foray into WoW have dropped it, so it certainly seems to be settling down into longer term populations. Again, keen to see a state of layering update from Blizz, or an idea on whether it will be getting turned off progressively on lower pop or if they will just set a date for all servers.

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Selexin wrote:
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Absolutely, and it probably helped you with funding some consumes or gear or whatever for your raid teams. Layering was insanely helpful for early 60s if abused in the 'right' way.
Absolutely. It completely shaped the server and the experience within the server. People who leveraged layering to gain an advantage will experience a ripple effect for the duration of Classic. Layering completely changed phase 1, totally reshaped what Classic is or could have been and directly or indirectly affects everyone on a server that had people abusing layering.

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