I am not saying that all we need to do is bring back these features and simply re-create the original EverQuest. Rather, these features are the core of the classic EverQuest experience and in my mind should be used as the building blocks for a new, more detailed and expansive EverQuest. After all, these signature features are what distinguishes EverQuest from WoW and the multitude of WoW clones out there. If these features are brought back and used as a foundation, then it is almost impossible for Daybreak Games to screw the new EverQuest up.
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