Blizzard gives World of Warcraft players a double amount of experience for a month. The developer calls the action Winds of Wisdom and reports that it is intended for people who stay indoors.
The Winds of Wisdom promotion started on March 20 and will run until April 20. All players in Battle for Azeroth receive double the amount of XP, including players from the Starter Edition and Legion.
The developer does not directly attribute the action to the measures in place because of the new coronavirus, but does mention that it is intended for people who stay indoors and ‘return to Azeroth’, which appears to double the amount of xp as an incentive to play WoW during possible lockdowns.
Would it not seem fitting if CCP somehow has an effort to keep players indoors for the coming weeks in benefit to the community as a whole?
I am a dyed in the wool, PVE, mother-loving carebear. But, give everyone on sisi access to capitals and supers, plus max skills to fly them, and I’m up for a fight! Never having done any PvP and not being within years of flying the big-girls, it would be too fun an opportunity to miss.
(And of course, if you make it more practical - nothing bigger than BS but still with the extra skills - what are the chances enough carebears will return to TQ wanting to do more PvP to make it worth while?)
The point was more about the practicality of making temporary but still significant changes to sisi vs doing it directly on TQ.
Otherwise, if you just give me (and everyone else) a free titan on TQ, as suggested by @Xuxe_Xu, then all I am going to do is either sell it or send it to the melt. Which gives me limited incentive during lock down, as was originally proposed by OP.
what’s needed right now is a massive, and I mean systemwide, event. Something that should unite every active player. Wormholes clowncarring out Drifters, for example. Drifters that gravitate toward every player structure and start shooting the snot out of them.
Cue the smacktalk. But hey: drifters are killable. Drifters drop stuff. Shiny stuff.
(CCPlease: if you do do this, please make sure to exclude newbie systems, the Triglavian invasion thing I’m sure was a hiccup but I saw a good few 0-day players permanently rage quit over that).