OK, so 10.15 on a Saturday night happens to be one of my Favorte Cure songs…
… and the tap drips under the street light…
The above image however, show my least favorite WoW information…
PARTICULARLY WHEN IT’S 10.15 ON A SATURDAY NIGHT!
Yeah, I was warned… when I logged on at 8pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time), that at 5am in the Pacific the server was going down.
1st tip Blizzard…
If you are going to take Oceanic Servers down… give us an Oceanic time. Yes I use those time converters… painful as it may be to have to go elsewhere to find the time… which never has PDT, so I pick a US city on the West coast and hope it’s close enough.
You have given us AEST times before…
What’s more I dare say it wouldn’t be that hard to make the time a variable that can be based on our local clients time zone… surely it can’t be that hard?
2nd tip Blizzard…
If you are going to take a server down on a Saturday, why the hell make it prime time?
Raids are now shot for Saturday nights.
PuGs never reform even after an instance restart.
It’s now 11.13… 1 bloody “short” hour since you started!
There goes my Saturday night… you know how rare they are?
Please get it together Blizzard, there are some simple common courtesies you could extend to us. It’s bad enough that we lose prime time every Tuesday, but why on earth would you take our Saturday as well?
I assume we wont get compensated… 2 play “days” in one week gone… with our AUD$20
11.30 on a Saturday nigh, post uploaded and I refresh the screen to see that Aman’Thul is back!
Maybe that’s less tease, more taunt…
I guess I should be thankful that they at least remembered to put the Oceanic tab back this time… when 3.2.2 was released the servers were up, there just wasn’t an Oceanic tab to select from.
I’m going to go download Aion… can you do that… Pfft bugger it.
Gnomer and Out (Well now I wish I had gone out!)
Seems like I wasn’t the only one scratching my head on Saturday night… a couple of googlers even found their way here…
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