Why would they fix these things? Let's say you get stuck in queue for 5 hours, you had a terrible experience of the product that you bought. You will buy the next expansion anyway, like you bought this one. On top of that, you will pay subscription to a game that you know that won't get balanced.
They know that addicts will keep paying for their products. (remember how people kept saying that MoP sucked, they insta pre-ordered the next expansion). Worst thing that those people can do is, qq on forums. There is little financial reason for them to care.
We're not going to go into details on why we did this, for dannycareys sake.
Mageic, on 18 September 2014 - 05:52 PM, said:
After playing a year and a half with him this was not an easy decision that we made on the spot. The decision had nothing to do with his skill or ability to play his alts, and that's all the detail I'm going to go into. We're keeping this drama out of the spotlight for his own sake and aparently he doesn't realize that.
It is good to be noble, sensitive and protective of your old team mate. This stand would make more sense if you guys could bring yourselves to give him a warning prior to the replacement in the first place so that he could find a new team.
The problem with Mop is, they made spec defining abilities available to all specs of a class. Stuff like arms warriors running shockwave, aoe silence; dps shamans and druids having NS, frost mages having pom, affliction locks having shadowfury and so on.There was a reason why those abilities were made available at the mid / low parts of a spec's talent tree, they were simply too powerful. The new talent system was designed in order to make the game more enjoyable for PVEers with complete disregard to PVP. Another bad decision was to make dispel an 8sec cd.
Cata had its own problems but I believe those could be saved via nerfing pve gear in arena or just adjusting numbers. They never made the effort, but it had the potential to be a good expansion, like TBC and WOTLK.
What I am trying to say is, MoP is by far the worst expansion because it had too many PVP design flaws, as opposed to other expansions where most problematic things could just be fixed through some numeric adjustments.