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4-18-2008 @ 4:51PM
Such is evolution, things change. PVP ranks were removed so now they are highly sought after, another perfect example. Tier 3 is some awesome but in the scheme of things your supposed to level to 70 and get 70 gear. Sure a fun run on old content may yield a pc or two of old tier gear but the chances of you finding enough people willing to do enough runs to assemble any fair amount of the set isn't going to happen. I still see 25 70s wiping in Naxxramas, and when they wipe they quit because the damage bills outweigh whatever loot they come across. Personally one of my 70s are a druid. Since before the Burning Crusade came out I've been working to upgrade his D1 set. I have all but the Wildheart Vest, and all but the Wildheart Cowl in my possession are upgraded to Feralheart already. I'm at the point in the journey where I have the Three Kings of Flame quest, and I've summoned about 8 abyssal lords and still no Duke of Cynders lol . I'm still running 70 content heroics and raids but that set journey for me has been quite epic. So there, years after TBC has been released, I'm still working on my Tier 0.5 set. Why? You ask.. They don't make 8-pc. sets anymore, the set looks awesome, perhaps a status symbol as well. However, the major difference between the two is that my set can be gotten eventually and with no more than 9 others needed to help on and off throughout the process. Tier 3 on the other hand well, good luck trying to finish your set if you were lucky enough to even get one piece of it, regardless if Blizzard moves removes Naxx from the EPL or not.
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