@BanannastrapSo you think getting your items on an alt instantly ruins the game?It's a quality of life improvement.Did you even play the original tbc?I'm not gnna diss or defend blizz here except to say that some things from the tbc era sucked and some we're totally riteous and defined the game as the titan it is / was.Those who wish to keep it as it was. Can stay on the classic vanilla servers.If your craving that original feel then don't advance its really that simple.
The boosting option needs removing, classic / tbc is about the journey not laying out 15 dollars to get there faster on a char ur probably gnna have issues with the shiny new toon you boost due to lack of practise.Let's be real here classic is totally diff to retail and so are many of the classes, practise is core to being a good player classic isn't a game u pick up and lvl to max in a day. Some changes are good But not all ofc.
Dual talents please.
Welcome to retail version II
To get off the #nochanges, because obviously there are changes that can be made to the first 2 expansions that are helpful like the chronoboom displacer, hear me out.Yes this was added in 2.1.3 but what if... What if there was a mail carrier npc in the game that came to get the mail from main cities every hour, that way there was a 1 hour clock for mail delivery. Something to add immersion and a mechanic to the game. If you timed your mail right you could only have to wait a few minutes for your mail to be delivered, but if you didn't time it you could have to wait an entire hour.
Personally I think dual talents was a great addition, but lets wait for those since we already know they are coming. Lets keep to the things at hand.
finally, I find a cool piece of gear for an Alt now I dont have to wait an hour. This will 100% help with getting my alts crafting skills up as well.