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2-08-2008 @ 11:18PM
This is great news because of one simple fact: it relieves someunnecessary stress from guilds who are just progressing through Vashj and Kael (just like mine). This will allow us to down Kael until the patch hits the live servers, but we won't be doomed to kill him (and Vashj, though Vashj isn't such a big problem anymore) many times just to get that stupid quest item for every single player. Getting all the active players through this attunement quest is quite stressing for guilds with a rather large pool of players. Glad to see that won't be a problem anymore.And for those who're going to cry "they're getting something for free that we had to fight for!": Hey, you got in there way earlier! That's your prize for going through the quest the hard way. Be happy, keep your frickin' elitism to yourself and let some more players have some fun now, too.
2-08-2008 @ 11:47PM
"Way earlier"? My guild got Vasshj down right before Christmas, took a break for a few weeks around Christmas and New Year, then downed Kael for the first time this week.I haven't been an active raider since pre-TBC, so I really have no personal vested interest one way or the other, but I'm just saying...your generalization is a bit off. Not everyone has been doing Hyjal and BT for months and months. Considering how big of a bottleneck those bosses are, I wouldn't be surprised if quite a few other guilds are in a very similar predicament as well.
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