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david1
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# Posted: 3 Aug 2010 21:24
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Just a poll, would people like to keep the "classic" server running after it ends? or should it get retired?

David

ajcardall
Member
# Posted: 3 Aug 2010 22:31
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I see very little point it retaining classic once OTF-version is running.

Personally anyway

tycho
Moderator
# Posted: 3 Aug 2010 22:37
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We want your epic version, no less, no more.

alex1981m
Member
# Posted: 4 Aug 2010 05:45
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Agree...why keep something that is outdated if you have got the good stuff running.

And to be honnest..even the "Classic" version isn't the real classic version. The outpost never runs a real classic version. There is always something special here. So let's just go with the newest version.

david1
Member
# Posted: 4 Aug 2010 09:29
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I just want to keep the users happy lmao .

With the new server we have the ability to run both/more servers

ajcardall
Member
# Posted: 4 Aug 2010 09:42
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We can also run 5 separate chatrooms, but only have one.

There is absolutely no need for more than one BNT.

edwin13387
Member
# Posted: 4 Aug 2010 09:47
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just here to give my opinion.

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as soon as i have one

david1
Member
# Posted: 4 Aug 2010 09:55
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Right well im only making this discussion, as BNT is an addiction.

And as such since im replacing it, I dont want people to come back at me to stay they didnt have a chance to have a say on wether the classic game should stay, as it is a game in its own right

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