Old School doesn’t mean Stone Age: WoW Classic has some quality of life improvements you might not expect
We talk a lot about all the things WoW Classic doesn't have.
So you're looking at WoW Classic and want to get back in there to play the old school World of Warcraft experience you remember fondly, but it's been thirteen years since patch 1.12 and you may be a bit rusty on all the things you have to pay for.
It's been a while since we've discussed all the ways you change your World of Warcraft experience to make it more user friendly, more informational, or just more gosh dang pretty.
If you're wondering about WoW Classic as an experience -- specifically, if you're wondering what's changed between then and now, and what will be different in WoW Classic as compared and contrasted to the game as it was when patch 1.12 came out -- the Restoring History: Creating WoW Classic answered a lot of those kind of questions.
Can a behemoth of a system like the Auction House really be fixed by slapping together a few minor improvements?
For many players, the first thing they do is survey the mismatched set of greens and blues and that one legendary they didn't manage to replace even though it stopped working around 116.
It's rare that I spend a lot of gold on anything, these days -- but that's par for the course at the end of an expansion.
So that fancy dinosaur mount everyone was excited about finally has a price.
The remote auction house in WoW will be retiring soon, after years of servicing noble sellers away from home.
It's not often I run into a situation that requires playing two characters at once, but this weekend was one of those situations.