Feliclandelo, on 17 October 2014 - 02:52 PM, said:
Don't know why they introduced flying mounts, removed resistance gear, made 5 different continents, removed armor type (doesn't matter anymore), made every class use same gear/stats/hit capped, introduced so large numbers, made professions not matter at all, removed all castable spells, made Hunters, Mages, Locks, Eles, Monks etc. able to cast while moving, made durability not matter and made mana not being important.
So many things they took out of the game that really made a difference and made it feel like a MMORPG. It started out really unique and had a ton of flavour. The class you picked mattered! They have spent the last 8 years making the game as easy to play as possible, without having to do a single thing yourself.
Most people will say PvP is the one that hurts PvE but it's the latter. Because of DPS and PvE they homogenized all specs so everyone can perform on the meters and what not. Look across the board on every ability and what every spec can do now. It's practically all the same so every spec can be competitive on the meters. Yeah, PvP sometimes has a negative effect on PvE, but PvE has literally destroyed the uniqueness of being a class and spec.
Also the fact they over simplify everything to make it more friendly to newer players which programmatically devastates the end game content. Look at Warriors on live now. What is it? 4 abilities to mash now?
Woke up at 22:00, cleared the snow off my bed, cooked some pelmeni, did a couple of shots of methamphetamine intravenously, listened to Putins latest announcements on the first channel, walked my bear and then went to party and murder people with my friends.
You used to be able to buy a bunch of items with your honor then cap your honor again and keep selling the honor items back to the vendor so the cool down resets; after the season begins sell all of your honor items back to the vendor and you'll have more honor than the cap. This is what I did season 12, I believe, and I was fully honor geared the first day of the season.
Have 4k honor
Buy 2 items that cost 2k honor
2 items now on 2 hour cool down or whatever it is, so you can refund it.
Every time refund cool down is about to run out just sell it back to the vendor and buy it back
Every time your honor is capped by more honor items
Keep selling items back until you have 16k worth of items
When I did it I think I had around 15 daggers worth around 1k honor each
all i can see is me getting confused as fuck, missing cooldowns and ending up with a shit load of daggers i don't want