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It did have queue occasions however

It did have queue occasions however

This is quite long article that leads off with my wow classic gold experience handling server wellness. I provide several solutions at the end if you'd rather bypass to those, but if you have a moment I recommend starting at the beginning. We started out on Stalagg in the launch of WOW Classic. Herod was really the host that we'd coordinated to property on with a lot of different guilds. However, queue times and a bleak faction balance caused us not to roll there.

Stalagg was a server at the beginning. It was about 55/45 Horde favored. It did have queue occasions however. Faction balance largely remained intact as it seemed both sides lost an equivalent number of WOW players. This went on for a few weeks and it became clear that the Alliance were shedding more WOW players than Horde which led to Heartseeker being hilariously Alliance dominant. In the end it had been about 33/66 Horde favored.

Now 33/66 is not something that's not possible to conquer, but the transports only got started. Just before the launch of World Bosses and the Honor system the next tide of transports occurred on November 8th (Source). By the time the weekend finished the bottom had given out on a lot of the Alliance population. With fear of being camped worse than they were Alliance and more population that is casual's leveling. On November 11th they made free transfers faction specific to Horde (Source). It was far too late though. We were asked to make a choice.

The feeling of failure because a GM that did not make the correct decision at the correct time is immeasurable. By leaving them onto a host that was impossible to perform 16,, I failed my guildies. We understood that we had to move not automatically because of the camping but since the host economy was non existent and there were not any new WOW players to amuse.

We landed on Incendius and made a decision to weigh our options. It looked like the land that was promised. It had a moderate to high inhabitants, and roughly a 40/60 Alliance to Horde ratio. After the first reset of this new year I asked all my guildmates to spend their money and make the transfer to Incendius. That's not in different nations that need to pay more.

Incendius at first seemed like the ideal server. The host became one of the most popular servers by now BWL. It had inherited most of the Stalagg and Skeram Alliance guilds which were looking for somewhere that had a thriving player base and host market. The faction equilibrium shifted now to be approximately 55/45 Alliance favorite. Horde PvP guilds out of Stalagg and Skeram that wanted to test their mettle from the Alliance started transferring over and complete chaos ensued. We had a number of the best world PvP engagements I've ever seen in almost 16 years of playing WOW Classic. It was pandemonium in the Blackrock Mountain and world supervisors. Nothing was more heroic than the past 3 weeks prior to cheap wow gold classic free transfers opened up.

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