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The layering mechanism of World of Warcraft Classic has been removed from eloisesmith's blog


When World of Warcraft Classic was released, its purpose was clear. Its purpose is to allow World of Warcraft Classic to take players back to "Vanilla" World of Warcraft.

Blizzard has done very well in this matter, and this is an undeniable thing. In order to help social alienation, they gave the modern version of World of Warcraft a glorious effect. Avoid giving the double XP and double prestige effects the "Classic" style.

Applying Vanilla may seriously threaten to forget all the classic feelings and challenges, because there are no such gains in Vanilla. Accuracy and Vanilla's fidelity have been placed above Classic by Blizzard.

Vanilla's original problem has reappeared, which is bad news for us. We have also studied together and think that the long queue time after entering the server is the Cheap WOW Classic Gold most urgent thing that needs to be solved now.

The long queue when logging in to a role is related to the domain and logging time. There, all you can do is wait. Once you enter the game, you must insist that you are not isolated, otherwise you will be faced with a long queue.

In order to solve this problem, Blizzard implemented stratification, placing players in different stages through stratification. The WOW Classic Gold For Sale difference between Vanilla and this is that it has no layering, its system can be easily developed and is more conducive to use. So you will never see other players in the same area.Some players regard "World of Warcraft" as a journey to relax their souls. After their busy work is over, they will log in to "World of Warcraft". Compared with other players, they don't have so much time in the game to complete various tasks and eventually get very little WOW Classic Gold. The emergence of the MMOWTS website is particularly timely.

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