Authentic server caps. Authentic queues. You guys should have spread out when you had the chance.
Devs kept telling you if you are on Server “X” (Whitemane etc) to GTFO or have queues longer than 30 mins. They offered you free transfers to. So this is on you and only you are to blame.
There is a population cap on Realms.
It is not about server capacity.
Layers have been removed to allow authentic world pvp (and pve).
You do not want 100+ players camping a zone, you want ~3-5k players per server.
You knew it was overcrowded from the start. You knew layering and higher pop caps were temporary. You stayed. Yea. I’d say that’s you.
There have been offers in the past. And yes it is your fault. Blizz devs warned you repeatedly to GTFO off the server if you dont want 30+ min queues.
Pagle to Windseeker and Azuresong.
It does not matter if it is your fault or not. When the realm hits the population cap, you have to wait. Its realms with a truely shared world (so not layers) that are only limited by population numbers not server capabilities.
Everything is working as planned.
It’s why I rolled back up alts on back up servers. With contingency alts and servers.
Ctrl + f is your friend to quickly find relative information. Also something I lived by and got through college with thanks to online textbooks I just needed to use the search function and boom homework done in minutes.
Thank the no changes (sub)humans. They didn’t want layering. They wanted this.
Looks like you are in favour of exploits and cheats.
Dont take it too personal but I can honestly say I would never like to play any game with someone like you.
It was clearly state they remove layering before P2… they wait at the latest moment to remove them from server like pagle that are clearly overpopulated and offered free transfert that you did’nt take for the reason you want. So that is! Why blaming the rest of the world when you have been enlighted and still think like a dumb.
The good news is the keyring is coming. Eventually. Lol.
Tell me. Does it toast your cookies to know the keyring gets a blue response but your hot topic is ignored?
It’s not our fault Blizzard can’t code solutions properly let alone spend enough resources to find a solution that is easily managed to avoid exploits.
It’s unfortunate people think the way you do. Just because something doesn’t appear to “work” doesn’t mean it’s broken. What’s broken is how the solution was implemented and approached to begin with.
Fortunately, people like you aren’t broken. You’re just fodder.
No this whole thing has been blizzard’s fault. They put out so little of servers from the start only to start pushing them out when people started to level and noticed there was more players than their crappy retail. On top of that allowed transfers on servers and then those servers became faction unbalance. Then you have those who are being crushed in pvp coming to the forums crying because its not fair. So they’re trying to fix faction balance while pissing people off. NO blizzard has brainlets who can’t freaking think properly and screwing people over in the process.
There is no problem so there needs to be no solution.
Everything is working as intended.
WoW Classic/Vanilla is designed for a limited amount of players per realm and certainly not for a number of multiverses per realm.
If a realm is full, the only solution is to wait in a queue or have a new (/less populated) realm.
There is no problem here.
I just remote into my pc before leaving from work, join queue. Get home and I’m in.
So lets say a server is 90% horde 10% alliance and is a pvp server. You want the 10% alliance players to leave the server? Because thats what will happen.
Now that server has dead WPvP because its 99% horde 1% alliance. On top of that the server would still be overcrowded.
I didn’t say that now did I? They should have let so many left in the beginning of transfers. You obviously can’t read properly. Good to know that is how most alliance players are.
Exactly, server transfers have been a bad idea from the start and you still see people advocating for it.