The truth is that no one has had the opportunity to WOW TBC Classic Gold switch with their characters that they spend hours and hours on, but if the queue times would be so much of a win, they would have done that.
The argument against server transfers is also valid when it comes to switching sides. It is impossible to know whether the population will be able to support the long-term raiding of other content. Although there might be fewer queue times, you won’t be able to fill every raid within several months. Even though it’s the same server, each of the sides has its own player mindset and growth rate. What could be the solution even if server transfers were not for generally the same issues (queue times)?
The argument “I want to play alongside my peers” is quite valid. However, the problem is not with the player population, as it mainly affects open-world PVP but the overall balance of battleground groups and the motivation to take part in these battlegrounds. And especially the last part is the most significant issue, since each region is relatively balanced state overall and in a battlegroup with itself, but still horde ending 4-5 times then alliance.
It’s an untruth. The original Blizzard developers acknowledged that not addressing the disparity in racial representation had been a mistake. Every Man For Himself, one of buy WOW TBC Gold the Horde player, has also proven this. Casual pve players on pve servers are the only ones who aren’t concerned about the racial issue.