“Junk is the ideal product… the ultimate merchandise. No sales talk necessary. The client will crawl through a sewer and beg to buy.”
William S. Burroughs
Classic WoW: Day One
This is great. The game dropped at 4pm my time and I logged in to a one hour wait behind 6000 other players! No complaints there, people want to play.
I set my clock and took a twenty minute nap and the character screen was ready for me. It was crowded and /general was lively, players are trolling with misinformation and we don’t have AoE looting.
Your skill level is daggers is now 10.
Instantly addicting. I can improve my dagger skill and be stronger. I’d gladly kill thistle boars non-stop if I can get my weapon skill up and be … powerful.
It really is addictive. I found myself yearning to get to Dolanaar so I could learn cooking and be stronger. The skinning trainer is right over there! Like a junky I was planning ahead to get my fix. Just you wait until I have a hunter pet.
The addiction is strong. It felt like I was a racehorse pulling five tons of weight, straining to take one step. Gold will be a problem. Feeding my pet will be a problem. Travel will be a problem. Ammo will be a problem. All these things slow you down from being … powerful.
It is really good. I think that they’ve done a marvelous job. The question is: will I play it. I have friends who played well into the night. We promised a guild and I don’t know how to set one up.
The list is a huge one, it is like looking up a mountain.
In my most humble player opinion, I think that WoW Classic is great and I’d warn anyone that it is terribly addicting.