Where you state its unfun and doesn’t have anything to do with casual gamers as dungeons that are grinding is not the optimal way to get a casual to even get boes or gold with classic wow gold. The one thing mentioned was hardcore raiders selling the material after they had completed the whole raid and boes being a grind fest which on your words paints the image of casuals not having the ability to attain these things in applicable time periods. These statements both hold weight to casual players. The fact you state its UNFUN for you is not the argument the argument is that the accessibility of the content to casuals that there’s a lot of it throughout WoW Classic.
The raids accounts for less than 10% of the total content from WoW Classic and pvp BG even less the main draw of this classic game has and always will be leveling which you downplay and say its boring. If WoW Classic is indeed boring in all aspects play, talk about, watch videos on, or talk classic in general. What you consider to be enjoyable or unfun is subjective and there’s plenty of individuals who consider all the things you designed to be”fun” rather than unfun. From asmongold himself, I provided you with a personal anecdote of this as well as one. If you cant understand that other individuals might have fun doing whatever you consider trivial Im sorry.
And I quote”The only real way casuals are probably gonna experience anything but MC is when guilds are well geared and can kill down them a lot of individuals, at which stage they will drain the gold reserves of casuals empty for some boss kills, trading them any of the useless stuff for an excess price(I expect them to have a wonderful little JPEG prepared with their costs to each individual thing they’re willing to sell if it drops:P)”I mean partner learn to read, this is a relatively small chunk of my big post, but it is very much there. As for your entire debate, it’s not content, there’s literally not one successful game ever where it’s been defined as entertaining that the only way you get to experience articles is by allowing others do it for you while you sit there and watch.
You may point to cover to win practices or pay to skip grind practices. In the cases people buy those services to do the material, either to arrive in the first place or to become in engaging in it viable. You purchase the op personalities to play with, not for WoW Classic to play itself, you also purchase the op weapons to play with them to not just own them and you definetly do not skip difficult grinds to not play what is at the end of it but to get to the good parts. By definition purchasing raid runs is skipping content to do nothing, maybe you fork over enough to receive a few really good items, but you as a casual will use them for nothing as you won’t raid still without paying for cheap wow gold classic, you will not triumph in the unbalanced PvP without going hardcore and world content besides grinds for equipment worse than you paid for is almost non existant.