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5-14-2007 @ 7:33PM
When the next x-pack comes out, will people call for the (currently level 70) heroic instances to be made Super Heroic so they're a challenge? Will people call for Scarlet Monastery to be made Super Heroic because it was fun at level 35, and so they can run it with their level 80 and feel challenged?What about at level 100? Will we have regular, heroic (lvl 70 optimized), super-heroic (lvl80), ultra-super-heroic (lvl90), mega-ultra-super-heroic (lvl100) and hyper-mega-ultra-super-heroic (ZOMG hacked private server hax OMG BBQ lvl 255 only) of every instance? For some reason, RFC with trash that hits for 50k damage really seem that appealing to me. Or maybe Rags in MC with Super New Abilities (Laser beam eyes! Through walls! That hit for instant permadeath! Woot!)Stop the madness. If you want Van Cleef to be a challenge, run it with a group of level 12's in grays. It takes, what, 5 hours /played to get there? Or twink level 6's. Or barehanded. There's lots of things you can do to challenge yourself without "exciting" new content.Also, current heroics are still being tweaked, and Blizzard will probably continue to do so. In fact, I wouldn't be at all surprised if they're nerfed way back in coming months, much like Scholo and Strat were. Sure, they'll still be more of a challenge over the regular instances, but my prediction is that they'll be rather more manageable. And trivially soloable with a level 80 warlock.
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