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WoW Classic players are arguing because of stupid abbreviations

  • It’s been a month and a half since the official release of WoW Classic, and there are many beginners who come to Azeroth with the old players who are looking for nostalgia, so you will find many strange phenomena in WoW Classic, history. And the reality is subtly mixed together. The most impressive thing for me is the generational divide between original veterans and first-time newbies. FFWOW is currently the most reliable WoW Classic Gold supplier, offering the world's cheapest WoW Classic Gold to players from all over the world. If you become a VIP member of FFWOW, you can also enjoy discounts when you buy WoW Classic Gold.

    As one of the first old players to join World of Warcraft in 2005, I was excited and confused when I met players who had never experienced the original version of World of Warcraft. Excitement is because I can finally pass on the experience of the game accumulated over ten years ago to a rookie like a teacher and accept their praise. The confusion comes from communication obstacles - sometimes you will find these beginners Use completely different game terms, such as the abbreviation of the dungeon name. Recently, the abbreviation of Deadmines, one of the most famous dungeons in the early days of World of Warcraft, sparked a debate between returning players and novices.

    For Alliance players, The Deadmines is usually the first team dungeon experience for most people. As you follow the team along the path in the forgotten Westfall quarry, you will find the inner sanctum of the Defias Brotherhood, lead by the swashbuckling Edwin VanCleef on his titanic pirate ship. As the most challenging team dungeon in the early game, The Deadmines have become a landmark adventure in the history of the game.

    In World of Warcraft in 2005, players used the acronym VC of the final boss name VanCleef to refer to this dungeon. So you often see game terms like "Looking for a healer for VC," or "LFG VC," in the chat channel. In this way, players build a qualified five-person team and challenge the dungeon.

    For players who don't have World of Warcraft game experience, this is strange because the other dungeons in the game are not referred to by their final boss abbreviations. But players have no reason to use the more obvious DM as the name of the dungeon. Because in the later update, Blizzard released a new version of World of Warcraft and added Dire Maul. As the largest and highest level of dungeon in the game, the DM combination has long been attributed to it.

    But now, as World of Warcraft Classic has welcomed a new flood of players unaware of the stupid diction nuances we established in 2004, there's a simmering language war happening in the Alliance capital cities of Ironforge and Stormwind every night as DM abbreviators and VC abbreviators go at it in each zone's General Chat. During my journeys through Classic, I have witnessed firsthand these General Chat flame wars over correct abbreviation habits, and the battle constantly spills out into forum threads which leave things permanently unresolved.

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