With the pre-patch of WoW: Burning Crusade Classic, the developers at Blizzard have really shaken up the basic structure of the game. Suddenly there are progressive WoW Classic servers with the content of TBC and also the classic era servers, which were partly connected due to the low player numbers. In addition, the developers have reactivated layering on the TBC servers.
This change not only caused quite a bit of addon chaos in the first few days (because, for example, the new "Burning Crusade Classic" was not automatically recognized by the Curse Client and the WoW Classic versions of the modifications continued to be suggested), but there were also some strange observations. Players reported that it was suddenly possible to create groups with players from other servers, communicate with each other and register for battlegrounds together (via Wowhead).
Is this a new feature or just a bug? It didn't show up on the " Not a Bug List" any more than it did on the pre-patch's list of known issues. Fortunately, last night Community Manager Kaivax spoke out about the issue:
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