Yeah, no thanks. I don't want fresh servers (because knowing Blizzard they will NOT be optional) and I don't trust them to create new content for Classic without completely ruining the lore.
I don't want to be rushed through the xpac. I'm only doing this once. So I would have voted for a 2-year cycle.
I would play classic of they had requiring snap shots with character progression to TBC.
They should add the modern UI they have in 9.x. And update it as they do the retail.The other thing that comes into mind is to tone down specs that are too much ahead in the DPS charts.Content that they didnt have time to finish in the vanilla lifetime would be a welcome bonus too.
I like everything except the idea of seasons, does that involve a wipe at the end?Can anyone shed some light on this subject, by seasons i assume they mean a wipe in the end, or better yet, a restart? But in a game like world of warcraft where the purpose is to build a character and invest a lot of time in it, i fail to understand how this could be a good thing, so the only answer i can come up with is that its pretty safe to assume that you will have a choice to transfer that old toon once the season ends?There will be absolutely zero fuel of trying to achieve anything at all if you know beforehand that you're gonna lose exactly everything that you're currently working on.But removing world buffs in raids would be such an uplift, the equality for everyone, the raids difficulty would Increase, and not to mention, the entire idea of the buff-business would be gone aswell, no brainer (:
Seasonal Classic servers would be sick. I'd vote for all of those changes. 6 month season would be fun. A small group of people actually want to grind to 60 and grind the gold for mounts.