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5-21-2007 @ 12:09PM
I think the attunement is excessive, but ONLY because it's not like anything that's ever been in game.Before, attunements were done with small-group content; at the very most you had to go into UBRS or BRD to do them. The Onyxia attunement was probably (IMHO) the hardest to do, since it was such a long questline. MC required you to go into BRD (and, if you knew what you were doing, it only took about 20 minutes,) BWL required you to kill Drak, AQ was simply a large-scale server event and Naxx you could do solo if you had enough gold (I did my Naxx attunement at Honored without ever having stepped into Scholo or Strat.)The difference with these raids is the fact that it's very difficult for someone to come in late. It's not like before where someone could simply spend a weekend getting themselves attuned for all of the high-end raids; in order for you to actually be attuned you need to be there in progression from the start.I can kinda see why this is beneficial; it'll make sure you yourself have done all the previous content before moving up to the next one. Personally, I went from ZG to AQ/Naxx (no joke, but that's another story for another time,) so I skipped all of MC and BWL and only really experienced them on farm days. These scrolls, though, are very good for guilds who have new recruits who have the gear and skill but haven't been able to get attuned for whatever reason (although, I doubt many SSC and TK-farming guilds will even look at you if you aren't attuned.)
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