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2-09-2008 @ 8:44AM
WTF. Forget raiding, I'm just not going to bother any more. No attunement? BT quality gear with badges? =/Yes, sorry, I'm elitist and don't want those who barely work for it to get gear equal to mine, when I spend time and effort downing bosses to get gear.
2-09-2008 @ 9:07AM
I trust Bliz.Isn't raiding about working as a team and achieving goals?Badge loot that is on par with BT loot will not increase the quality of players, yet it will increase the population of bad players wherever easy badges exist.I don't think this is why we raid, to get hawt loot. It has definitely something to do with it, but it's not the only reason.Taking down an impossible boss is thrilling!
2-09-2008 @ 12:22PM
@3That would be true if you only needed to down a boss a few times to progress past. I have been doing full clears of kara for the last two and a half months. The thrill of downing bosses has long since passed. People haven't been farming Illidan for six months just for the thrill. The thrill of downing a boss is great the first few times, after that it is the thrill of loot.
2-10-2008 @ 7:20PM
#4Though I don't want to believe it, what you said was true. First, people PvE'd to have fun. I mean, that's why we play WoW. But now that all it is is trying to get loot, its fun a little, but not as fun as it used to be. Things like ninjas, generally mean people in PuGs (or even guild raids), afkers and hackers take out alot of the fun of killing them, and even without them alot of thrill was taken out. Blizzard should start making bosses funner.However, to the point of the article, #1 is right. They didn't say it as badges of Justice these guys at the Sunwell were dropping. If they did that would be gay, it takes all the fun out of getting gear. Iliveanddie - Anvilmar
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