It was about 55/45 Horde favored

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This is quite long post that leads off with my classic wow gold experience dealing with host wellness. I offer several options at the end if you'd rather bypass to people, but if you do have a moment I recommend starting at the beginning. I am the GM of DZ (DANGER ZONE), which is a guild currently residing on Incendius. We started out on Stalagg in the start of WOW Classic. Herod was actually the host that we'd coordinated to land on with several different guilds. But, queue times and a bleak faction balance caused us to not roll there. Boy was that a mistake.

Stalagg was a nice server at the beginning. It was about 55/45 Horde favored. It did have extensive queue occasions that continued to plague it. Faction balance remained intact as it seemed both sides dropped an equivalent number of WOW players. This went on for a couple of weeks and it became clear that the Alliance were shedding WOW players compared to Horde which led to Heartseeker being Alliance dominant. In the long run it had been about 33/66 Horde favorite.

The transfers were just getting started, although now 33/66 is not something that is impossible to conquer. Just before the launching of World Bosses and the Honor system the next wave of transports occurred on November 8th (Source). From the time the weekend finished the floor had handed out on a lot of the Alliance population. With fear of getting camped worse than they were Alliance missing and more people's leveling. On November 11th they made free transfers faction specific to Horde (Supply ). It was far too late however. We had been requested to make a choice.

The sense of failure as a GM that didn't make the proper decision at the time is immeasurable. I neglected my guildies by leaving them on a server which was impossible to perform on. Each and every flight master was camped, Ironforge camped, Blackrock Mountain.... We knew that we had to maneuver not necessarily due to the camping but because the host market was non existent and there were no new WOW players to amuse.

We decided to weigh our options and eventually landed on Incendius. It looked just like the promised land. It had a medium to high inhabitants, and about a 40/60 Alliance. After the initial reset of this new year I asked all of my guildmates to spend their money and make the move to Incendius. That's not including some of our friends in other nations that have to cheap classic gold wow pay more for their transfers.