let me preface this post by saying I don't really understand why I'm writing any of this, but as fellow humans you might understand permanent homeoffice doesn't result in rational behaviour (Day 12(?), I installed WoW again, why?!).
I couldn't care less about you closing the server, I understand there's myriad of factors that came into play regarding that decision; after running a TBC private server for over a decade.., well, life changes. So it goes.
I could, but won't, go on a tangent about how it could've been handled better; not privy to the background info, commenting on that would be silly.
All I have is a question. After fracturing a community, however distant and small, and hardly following up on the promises made regarding transition, how can you actually delete posts mentioning other private servers on these forums? There's been a couple of people sharing a link for a TBC server* made custom for 5 man raids; all of which were subsequently deleted. I mean what the fuck do you care about people sharing their experience of other servers with other providers after you closed up?
Is there any sort of a rational reason based on which you mind the players, from a server you closed, to meet and continue enjoying the TBC experience on a different private platform?
Seriously, I honestly don't really understand why it pisses me off, but deleting posts by members of the community mentioning other servers where a bunch of players from here could migrate is...like, why, man?
Seriously, fuck off, you're just acting like dicks at this point.
*I actually made an account there and it looks like it might be fun! So everything above this is a prejudiced, emotional, opinionated and a subjective comment with 0 value.