World Of Warcraft

I played World of Warcraft for pretty much two years. I was obviously a Lieutenant Commander of the Alliance. I would be a Lieutenant Commander of the Alliance. I was a Lieutenant Commander of the Alliance. During those years we had the Honor System, not the token system that exists today.It took away the prestige of the game, it rewarded the ordinary and penalized the super elite http://www.portail-design.fr/ - portail design - class of pvpers that had developed through the honor days. World PVP was discouraged. This was the main reason that I quit WoW, because it took away the sole presitge offered in the game and opened it to everyone.It took away the prestige of the game, it rewarded the ordinary and penalized the super elite class of pvpers http://www.portail-design.fr/ - portail design - which in fact had developed during the honor days. This system allowed players to work as hard as they could to obtain the things they desired. World PVP was discouraged. The token system simply allowed http://www.portail-design.fr/ - portail design - everyone to have what they wanted if they worked hard enough.It took away the prestige of the game, it rewarded the ordinary and penalized the super elite class of pvpers which had developed during the honor days. The token system took away the honor and admiration for your best pvpers. Sure, the cons towards the honor system were that few people could obtain the rare armor, not everyone could play 15 hours each day to get enough kills and honor points to level up at the conclusion of the week. World PVP was discouraged. By taking away the ranks and making the honor avaliable to everyone, it suddenly made the best part of the game, the honor system, simply a formality to grinding pvp gear.It took away the prestige of the game, it rewarded the ordinary and penalized the super elite class of pvpers that had developed during the honor days. . This was the reason why that I quit WoW, since it took away the only real presitge offered inside the game and opened up to everyone.