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Poll  •  What are you looking forward to the most?
Hillsbrad Foothills
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4 years ago (Beta)
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Knowing that Classic is literally 90 days away from being in our hands and playable. How hyped are you?

What are you looking forward to the most?

   Casp
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Voted the entire game even though there are things I am NOT looking forward to...

But the social aspect and the open world pvp is amazing in classic!

   Stfuppercut Lendryn
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Alterac Valley
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US Smolderweb
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4 years ago (Beta)
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Looking forward to the social aspect mostly, getting the gang back together and playing through Vanilla again. My friends are way more hyped for the release of Classic than they have been for any expansion since Burning Crusade so we might actually get everyone on board for this launch.

Shaman Restoration
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4 years ago (Beta)
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I'm mostly looking forward to getting a game that feels like an MMORPG again with an active community. But yet I voted the entire game, there's so many aspects that I'm hyping atm. Might be my nostalgia googles that's playing me a trick or perhaps not, anyhow I'm sure it will be a blast!

Alterac Valley
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It is really the entire game. The Journey to 60, the dungeon runs for BIS, that everything you do has impact on you Character, knowing that people who are lvl 60 had made a big journey. The one thing i really exitided by is to know peoples Char names even if i never played with them.

My Classic Chars:
Manofwar
Kampfzwerg
Mojo
Hillsbrad Foothills
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US Sulfuras
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I never got to play World of Warcraft back in the day, so I'm looking forward to pretty much everything, even if that means dying a lot lol.

Arathi Basin
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Definitely the community engagement. I miss being able to spot someone from my server and know who they are, what they do, and why I like or hate them. :P

   Knoxtane Sojiro84
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Blasted Lands
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EU Firemaw
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Sudnep wrote:
4 years ago
Definitely the community engagement. I miss being able to spot someone from my server and know who they are, what they do, and why I like or hate them. :P
Nothing better than getting back at someone who ganked you earlier!

   Sudnep
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Mulgore
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EU Hydraxian Waterlords
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Tauren
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Farming fuckin recipes! Advanced armormisthing manuals here I come!!

   teebling
Ish-ne-alo por-ah (May the days ahead be guided by the elders of long ago)


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Mulgore
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EU Golemagg
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Tauren
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For me it's the entire game.
The journey to 60. Time consuming but hopefully meeting a lot of nice people along the way.
The dungeons, the raids, PvP, World PvP. It's all coming back to me.

Only 90 days to go....

   Knoxtane
The Barrens
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The whole package tbh, playing old WoW felt like playing DnD with friends. Gathering a group, braving the Plaguelands to get to the entrance of Scholomance, killing the evil lurking inside and getting your spoils of combat while making new friends for future endeavors. Ahhh good times...

The Barrens
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Orc
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Raiding, community engagement, world pvp! Really looking forward to it

Ashenvale
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Tauren
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The journey to 60 and new friends and enemies I'll make on the way. Finding a nice guild to do dungeons and raids with. And ofc PvP, can't forget that sweet world PvP.

So I guess I'm looking forward to the whole package.

Mage Frost
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US Kromcrush
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4 years ago (Beta)
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I never played classic or much of retail WoW so I’m looking forward to playing the game. I do like what I hear about how the game is a community!

   Knoxtane
Hillsbrad Foothills
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US Sulfuras
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Prezes wrote:
4 years ago
I never played classic or much of retail WoW so I’m looking forward to playing the game. I do like what I hear about how the game is a community!
Retail wow is fun..but pretty easy to me. I'm looking forward to how "hard" or "self efficient" you have to be in Classic/Vanilla.

   Prezes
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US Smolderweb
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I'm most excited to have classes that are all unique again and actually have some RPG elements in their design. As shown by my inability to decide which one I'm maining :biggrin:

   teebling

Blasted Lands
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Wormfood wrote:
4 years ago
I'm most excited to have classes that are all unique again and actually have some RPG elements in their design.
Yes exactly, every class has their very own identity and niche part it fills

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Warrior Fury
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Hopefully, if the atmosphere is the same, I am looking forward to working together with other players. I remember helping each other to obtain gear, consumables, enchants, gold for mounts and skills.

Especially when it comes to twinking. I can't even say how much time we spent gearing each others toons to have the best gear. Looking at the AH for each other to snipe low priced BIS items. Having someone die and then completing their quests to get items for our 29's out of STV. Doing the Gurubashi Arena to get the trinket for our 19's. Killing others during the fishing even so we could get the hat. We spent a lot of time trying to min/max our low levels, even more so than our mains, and I miss that.

Mage Frost
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Knoxtane wrote:
4 years ago
Prezes wrote:
4 years ago
I never played classic or much of retail WoW so I’m looking forward to playing the game. I do like what I hear about how the game is a community!
Retail wow is fun..but pretty easy to me. I'm looking forward to how "hard" or "self efficient" you have to be in Classic/Vanilla.
I have under 100 hours played on retail. I used a boost that was given to me when I got the game. Then tried to make a new character and level it up but there were no people in those leveling zones. So I quit and I have been playing ESO. Going to give classic an honest try when it comes out in August!

   Pixstar
Hillsbrad Foothills
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Prezes wrote:
4 years ago
I have under 100 hours played on retail. I used a boost that was given to me when I got the game. Then tried to make a new character and level it up but there were no people in those leveling zones. So I quit and I have been playing ESO. Going to give classic an honest try when it comes out in August!
Yeah, I played retail with a buddy I grew up with, once he stopped playing I tried to play solo, but the game is just too boring for me.

Classic however, Classic is a new beast to tame for us who never played. The world itself is ACTUALLY dangerous and you don't get to max level in the snap of your fingers. I haven't been this excited for a game since Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. lol

Warlock Demonology
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I wanted to say the whole game, but ONE thing I am particularly excited for is 40-man raiding. I really miss being part of a big army of players. 25-man raids had their moments, but 40-mans feel epic.

Arathi Basin
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Undead
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Ranking, World-PvP, Worldboss scouting, Corpse Camping uhm ye, Corpse Camping.

   Knoxtane
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Hillsbrad Foothills
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US Sulfuras
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aeh wrote:
4 years ago
Ranking, World-PvP, Worldboss scouting, Corpse Camping uhm ye, Corpse Camping.
I can only imagine how many people are going to rage at camping. I had it done to me in 2013 but I'm sure it's different in Vanilla.

The Barrens
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EU Gehennas
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1. To be able to understand the game, I was pretty young back in the days and didn't really catch the game, either did I have a good connection/CPU.
2. To start at same time as all the rest, the feeling to start playing a game where people aren't overpowered, the market prices are sky-high etc.
3. To play a game that wasn't created for 10 year olds and where you can buy everything in a ingame-shop.

   Knoxtane
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Hillsbrad Foothills
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US Sulfuras
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erko wrote:
4 years ago
1. To be able to understand the game, I was pretty young back in the days and didn't really catch the game, either did I have a good connection/CPU.
2. To start at same time as all the rest, the feeling to start playing a game where people aren't overpowered, the market prices are sky-high etc.
3. To play a game that wasn't created for 10 year olds and where you can buy everything in a ingame-shop.
I second that! I was 11 when the game came out and I didn't have a computer so I couldn't play.

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