Warcraft III Reforged, an update to the original game, has been met with disdain online due to a lack of updates to the game. Yet at least some elements of the game were not updated in response to #NoChange veteran players who don't want to see the game change in any way. It reminded me of EQ. There have been many proposals and mechanics cancelled in the game due to player feedback of veteran players who simply oppose changes to the game. Partly because they feel it would alter the spirit of the game, but also often because they think it would negatively affect their status in the game. Developers wanted smaller raids in EQ, bringing it down from 54 to 40, but veteran guilds vehemently opposed this idea. But now you have many guilds who can't yield enough players and many guilds went belly up since then. Developers implemented 30 minute monster missions and OMM missions, which allowed casual players to gain some loot and AA in a short amount of time. Yet veteran players opposed this idea, monster missions were not expanded upon and OMM missions were made useless, and many casual players left as a result. There have been many times throughout the history of EQ, that a vocal minority of veteran players, have changed the course of EQ...for the worse...often against the wishes of some developers, and against the wishes of the silent majority.