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6-05-2008 @ 3:54PM
Yes! I definitely support this idea:"One idea they had would be a quest that requires you to go through all the level 80 dungeons, which would then unlock all the heroics."Yes, yes. It is too hard to find groups for some dungeons now, but if everyone had to do ALL dungeons before any heroic, it would make finding groups much easier.
6-05-2008 @ 4:19PM
An attunement for that will be tough for alts. I'm leveling a hunter at the moment and can't for the life of me find a group for many of the dungeons. If one dungeon falls out of player-base favor because it's "too hard", or "boring", or "annoying" it locks out players to ALL the heroics.I think both the rep method and the "do the normal once to get into the heroic" method are both preferable to an all or nothing lockout.
6-05-2008 @ 4:50PM
I don't think if they made that a requirement any instance would be ignored. Too many people love the progression game too much to let that happen. It might hurt some casual guilds for a little while but it sounds like a great idea, because not only would it make sure you knew the encounters well enought to try the heroics you would have got to have gotten at least some decent gear by default just by running all those instances
6-05-2008 @ 5:57PM
Things will work out as you say initially, but it wouldn't be sustainable.There will be a huge surge of players seeking instances initially, just like BC; and just like BC that surge of players will get the gear they need to move on to Raids and Heroics, at which point they will stop running normal instances unless a guildie needs it.At that point, anyone who missed the wave will face incredible difficulty getting attuned. It happened in BC, minus the crazy attunement, and it'll happen again.
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