I'm gauging interest here in a project that I started with a friend and have been casually working on in my spare time. It's something I've thought about for a long time and recently decided to start working on. The modifications to the server core are completed, we're testing it now and working on the queuing/lobby interface. If there's enough interested, we'll schedule a stress test in the near future (for the level 19 bracket initially). The concept is pretty simple. If you've played League of Legends or DotA, the idea is similar - but with twink bracket Warsong Gulch instead. You login with your account into a new desktop application that we're working on (a simple electron app). You select your race/class/spec/enchants and your talents. You queue up, chat shit in the lobby while you wait, and when you get matched up, you hit "Enter Battleground". WoW (3.3.5a) will open up, automatically log you into the world, and you will be on a character with your account name, dropped directly into the Warsong Gulch with other players who queued. There will be no items or gear (except visually). You don't have any "bags". Your stats will be set by the server automatically to match your spec (based on 2.4.3). Consumables would be rebalanced/disabled (not important right now), but they would be spells with a cooldown instead of actual items. Ditto for trinkets. We're discussing how to handle weapon/gear swaps mid-game (probably as a spell), but initially it would be sets based on selected spec with different enchant/weapon options before entering queue. We have discussed many feature creeps at length, from cosmetics to different brackets and different BGs. But the core concept that I want to launch is simple - no messing with different vendors/enchants/characters/etc. I want to queue up a spec for WSG, and drop into a balanced team game and cap some flags. I hope you do too. I want to support all brackets (and other BGs) eventually, if the community is large enough. Update: Things are moving along. New thread, looking for some input!