Especially for materials like ores, leather, herbs, etc. which will make the producers of wow classic gold crafting professions to put their crafts for substantially higher prices than they really were worth in vanilla. Obviously this will not happen at launch, but within few months it might be quite possible. Also back then most of the people were researching WoW Classic for first time, and they didn’t know all the tricks and mechanics for making gold like we do now. Even though its not Vanilla for many decades, people have a lot more experience in how WoW Classic works + today we have YouTube videos, sites like WoW Classichead that can provide you very detailed tutorials how to earn gold or farm materials, while at 2004-2006 these tutorials were a lot more sparse and not the optimal ones. The Vanilla economy system was one of the best parts of WoW Classic for me, I really don’t want to see the modern inflation in Classic.
Additionally it’s 2019 stop referring to”personal sdervers” like they all had exactly the same scripting or needed ANYTZHING to perform with each other the previous ten years. Northdale is shit and so was Nost, it was notorious for being absolute god awful on smaller servers which were really fond to the details. THis really makes me mad. “On personal servers” this and stfu, you apparently think all private servers would be the same.Far back in my brain. There is a little thing squeeking to me, that I wasnt able to employ expose armor into a boss, in light’s hope gold the event the value of this armor reduction was lower compared to enthusiast already present on the goal. So a 5 pile sunder on the target, and also a 5cp expose cannot be implemented. Promting the line”a powerfull spell/ability is currently active on this particular goal.” But I might be entirely wrong. I only feel like that was a thing at some point.