Moon Guard, infamous for many reasons.
Also by far the most active AND lively server in WoW
There is Goldshire, where all the ERPers go. But its more than that.
Every other server, ALL cities except a couple are dead.
On Moon Guard, cities like old Dalaran, that city in Outlands, Exodar, Darnassus...they are filled with life with RPers and ERPers.
There is no server where even the far off cities are filled with people. This makes the server the most lively out of all the servers. The world is filled with life and people, yet every other server, its people standing around waiting for insta ques and nothing else.
The server is crowded, active. It also attracts ALL kinds of people, most which would be banned in any other MMO.
Is this why WoW is the most popular? Because Blizzard lets people from all kinds of lifestyles co-exist in their game? Imagine if Moon Guard was transferred to Guild Wars 2, suddenly 95% of all the people would be banned and go back to WoW. Or any other MMO.
Every other MMO heavily segregates people and ban for any reason, because they are afraid of lawsuits and offending someone. Yet, Blizzard lets 100s of thousands of people play Moon Guard, from BDSM lifestyles, to ERPers, to regular RPers, PvPers, PVErs and even trolls (not the race trolls, but internet trolls).
There is no other MMO where there is a Moon Guard. And there is no other MMO with the infamous Barrens (before it was split up). And I believe this is why WoW is so successful, because Blizzard is open to ALL kinds of players.
What do you guys think? Is Moon Guard one reason for Blizzard's success? Is Blizzard's less...well...conservative...approach (so they are a LOT more liberal than a lot of other MMO companies) to allowing all kinds of people play, why they are a success? It IS home to 100s of thousands of players with niche lifestyles, and all kinds of types of RPers. All which would be banned in any other MMOs...that is a HUGE group of people that aren't welcome anywhere else.
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