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  • Consider the benefits of buying an item on the AH
  • anonymous (IP: *.7.148.50)
    Dec 05, 2019 21:39:20(Dec 05, 2019)
  • The dramatically reduced difficulty along with how the game was streamlined means that lots of NPC trainers are useless in Retail today. They still exist, but they can't teach you anything -- abilities are obtained automatically, free of cost. Classic WoW needs you to carefully handle your cash and consider the benefits of buying an item on the AH contrary to what your future ability updates will cost you. Retail demands no such calculation.

    Why has Blizzard flattened, accelerated, and simplified leveling this way? A full discussion of all the reasons will need to wait for future posts. Some of the reasons why Blizzard made the changes it did do come into play until later in Classic WoW, and we are going to tackle them in comparisons. The reason we'll talk now (because it is already visible in the 1-20 play-through) has to do with alts.

    When Blizzard built World of Warcraft, it designed the game to make it effortless to hit maximum level and to keep other well-geared characters, called"alts." New character races and classes are introduced along with adventures or starting places to give players incentive to hit the leveling treadmill more.

    While it's absolutely possible to level a character in WoW using distinct zones (and therefore having different experiences), those who have leveled 4-12 alts have long since worn the blossom off the metaphorical increased. Players have pushed Blizzard to create leveling easier and faster. If the overwhelming majority of people are playing at the endgame, making individuals run a bunch of dungeons to hit maximum level in a decent amount of time simply encourages them to quit playing altogether. The changes All Blizzard has created to leveling up, as close as I can tell, stem from a desire to make the game more accessible to people leveling their 10th character as opposed to their own first. Because nobody really enjoys running through the specific same content for the 10th or 15th time and players have relentlessly pushed for these changes.

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