Most of us have played classic and retail. I played original vanilla, tbc and wotlk, just like many of us. The thought of a ONE TIME boost doesn't bother me. A boost for any DK in any way, shape, or form makes me want to vomit. They already start at level 55. They should not change anything from how it was originally in regard to DK. There will already be 10 billion of them. Another 10 billion that boosted themselves to 68 instead of leveling, all in the LFG channel with no skills is a vile thought.It's a cash grab. I guarantee that they already decided they were going to do it because it'll make their stock go up. This is another example of the board (aka NOT GAMERS) telling the gamers in the company what to do. After the game has been out for a year, then sure, open the boost to DK. Off the bat? Hell no.To the guy complaining in his broken English about heirloom gear costing a fortune in time and dungeons to get... apparently, your mage farm will have to wait. You have to level the hard way if you want heirloom gear. EARN IT.
I just want to draw your attention towards the fact that all of the survey questions are about... money.At no point Blizzard wants to know about your preferences related to gameplay, game improvements or other similar issues.No. It's all about "How much money are you willing to give us".It's sad, really.
Hopefully no more boosts will be put in place. Not only the economy with bots sucks, but it sucks that you have leveled 2 months in Classic for a fool who likes everything easy to come. Thanks to that, classic dungeons don't exist anymore, neither lvl 60 in tbc. Oh at least I think it's good that they are boost ONLY when you have a lvl70.
If blizzard ends up putting boosts in wrath I may just have to politely ask them to reconsider.
I'm strictly against boosts.... because of botting. It ruins the economy for everyone and it's bad. Any other thing on the list is a cosmetic, therefore its on the person to decide if it's worth the money for them ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Got a survey today from Blizzard about what types of games I like, what titles I've heard of, which I have played and how often. After finishing the last question I was dumped into the Blizzard shop. Here I thought I was actually helping them get better insight into their playerbase and instead it was just a way to refine filters for their shop...What a waste of time.