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Just now, tryhardsqueaker said:

Never

An expansion called Cataclysm came out and it was quite literally the exact opposite of what the WoW community asked for. They lost millions of subs and most of their player base turned from hardcore players into casual players. The point is here, is that when a community rejects the opinions of those most experienced, and active it dies. 

Btw cata was just a bunch of revamped zones and it was the biggest hot pile of shit I ever played because of it. Wow could be what it once was if they opened legacy servers and Asylum could be what it once was if they listened to their ACTIVE <--- keyword community.

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Just now, Steve said:

An expansion called Cataclysm came out and it was quite literally the exact opposite of what the WoW community asked for. They lost millions of subs and most of their player base turned from hardcore players into casual players. The point is here, is that when a community rejects the opinions of those most experienced, and active it dies. 

Btw cata was just a bunch of revamped zones and it was the biggest hot pile of shit I ever played because of it. Wow could be what it once was if they opened legacy servers and Asylum could be what it once was if they listened to their ACTIVE <--- keyword community.

Honestly getting old. @bamf needs to just do what Olympus does and let people vote in civ reps. If he wont listen to the active community on the forums at least listen to 2-3 people voted in to represent them in staff/dev meetings. 

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Just now, tryhardsqueaker said:

Honestly getting old. @bamf needs to just do what Olympus does and let people vote in civ reps. If he wont listen to the active community on the forums at least listen to 2-3 people voted in to represent them in staff/dev meetings. 

The only problem that I have with that is that there is a chance that the civs reps will not push for what the community asks and then we are really truly fucked.

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See its not that they dont realize that its a good idea its just the reprocussions.

 

1. If you shut a server down you inevitably will lose players, thats a risk when you already have that problem.

2. You also admit that there's a problem, and they aren't likely nor should they show their population that.

3. There's going to be a lot of comp reports and work to be done for people missing houses, and going back to #1 - all those people

won't have the ability to reobtain their houses on the new server they are forced into.

4. Precincts don't have room for the influx of another precincts people and rules.

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