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10-29-2007 @ 4:31PM
Gratz to them.One thing i think, is that when instances get refined like Black Temple has, before some people have any access to it, the instance is made to what Blizzard and the players feel is what it should be.The US and EU guild who played through the unrefined content can whine all they like about the difficulty of the instance and getting there, 'back in the day' and now having the 'easier version' in China, but its Blizzards choice to give them that content after changing the old stuff to what they wanted. (Thats why we have PTR's, cos changes they make in what they dont think is the best content, arnt given to everyone).So if Blizzard feels this version of Black Temple thats only just been released in China is what they want it to be, and know people can beat, people can whine but its just what happens when an MMO moves forward.Same can be said about anything thats been changed that benefits new people now, morethan it could of been for people who have aready done it.Just from stuff i do (and i dont even raid Kara) Fishing is now shorter and easier than it was, leveling will be in 2.3, even getting season one arena gear (which im going after, AV FTW), Id of loved that stuff back at the start of Burning Crusade or Vanilla WoW but i couldnt.Stuff moves on and Blizzard kinda dictates it and thats the way the game goes i guess.
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