@Paradox, WoW has close to 12 million subscribers, a large part of which play several hours a day. It's not unreasonable to assume 10% of the player pop is on at any given time (and remember, this is under the condition that the servers are mostly lag free too). Games like Runescape are way smaller than WoW yet they have about 150k-200k concurrent users on average.
They're all spread through different servers. You can't group up or talk to all 12 million players on WoW.
Umm, I guess it makes sense. The system can't tell why I'm removing info. Though really it was beneficial to the article. It would be nice if mods could overide the deductions from removing content if they thought it was legitimate. Vlademir said:
"You don't get awarded points for removing content. If you did that, people with 1000 points would go around deleting entire articles. "
I don't expect to get points for that. Though I expect points to come from what I added. Right now its people with 1000 points that are copy pasting articles from Wikipedia and getting points for it.
This tells me one thing: remove bad content first then add content after its been approved.
51 minutes -Removed Sequels and Lord British assassination (Reason: Info should be put in their own game and character pages. Plus, its been copy pasted from other sites.) - Added Image to Overview - Added Skills description with image - Moved Expansions to the bottom - Added Crafting description with image
Then I recieved this email: Your submission to Ultima Online has been approved. You have been awarded 1 point!
I play every once in a while, never really did play the actual ladder games. Ended up just playing UMS only lol. I really want to get back into map making. It was exciting to see one of my maps being played by the majority of UMS players at the time.