It’s Way Back Wednesday and today we cover all things lore for Scarlet Monastery and Scarlet Crusade. So buckle up for a solid dose of history, followed by forum comments on Scarlet Monastery pre and post Mists of Pandaria, why we loved SM runs and how it encapsulated a lot about what we loved about vanilla WoW in general.
Well, there was one article about World of Warcraft: Classic that was published online this week, so naturally we’ll cover it on the show because we’re starving for any kind of news! Join Josh as he breaks down the history of private servers and what might happen moving forward, how battlegrounds might be handled in Classic and then he jumps on his high horse re: content creators and gives himself a shameless plug, while defending a fellow creator’s decision to create a Patreon account.
Exactly what effect will the release of World of Warcraft: Classic have on the populations or existence of some of the more popular World of Warcraft private servers out there?
The article featured below was in interesting one to come across this past week, which touched on an interesting movement from arguably the most popular private/pirate server available to players looking to get their vanilla on.
There has been an insane amount of traffic to the website today with the release of episode four and thus I figured it was high time to turn this site into something more than just a home base for podcast release announcements. Check out part of the plan from here below and please do take part in the following poll to choose what vanilla content YOU want to hear about on the show:
Today on Countdown To Classic’s ‘Way Back Wednesday’ weekly lore based episode, we hear all about The Deadmines, The Stonemason’s Guild and Edwin Van Cleef. We cover off on the history of The Deadmines as well as what the community may want from the instance moving forward into World of Warcraft: Classic.(#nochanges?)