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Fine, lets say 90% since it isn't Death or taxes.SedrynTyros said:Give me a break. Nobody is 100% sure of anything. It's all speculation until we see it go live.Loke666 said:I understand what you are saying but I just don'st see Blizz releasing it without that function. Hopefully will it just a be a simple LFG tools instead of a cross server teleporting thing but some kind of dungeonfinder will be there, 100% sure of that.
Poisons, ammo and simlar could very well be done like they should, heck, I certainly hope so and that is actually rather likely they leave the old way there.
There is a Cinese curse: "May you live in interesting times"....Wizardry said:I actually feel that nostalgia is not so much fun because it proves nothing now a days is very interesting.
It might be since I am not American but most dates I think of would be late 18th century and 1803 (Louisiana purchase) considering the huge impact they had for the country and the continent.Kyleran said:I don't think I would have fared well on that survey, pinpointing a single year when America was great would have been a challenge.
I likely would have picked a historic year, like 1945, but I do see why I didn't vote based on a slogan about making it great again.
While I have completely embraced modern versions of other entertainment, I enjoy today's TV, music, books, and some social media , I've not adopted everything such watching others stream video games. (I don't watch any form of sports so probably related)
I rarely seek out things such as classic rock or older TV, but with MMORPGs I most definitely favor titles created before 2004.
For better or worse MMO design changed significantly and became more homogenized in ways I don't enjoy, and for some reason I haven't grown to enjoy them in their present form, unlike I have in other entertainment mediums.
My personal conclusion , modern MMOs just suck.