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6-29-2008 @ 10:06PM
At first I remember thinking what a great idea having heroic mode was, but I ended up agreeing with you entirely - why do there have to be 2 versions of instances? Oh, I can think of several actual reasons that are along the lines of what Blizzard intended (lowering entry requirements for undergeared players, giving casuals more options, etc) but if you think of it in those terms, then why not have 3 versions such as Beginner, Normal, and Heroic? Or 4 versions like Beginner, Normal, Heroic, and Advanced Heroic? Or 5 versions (Ultra Advanced Heroic) or 6 versions (Ultra Mega Advanced H....you get the idea)The thing is, there only needs to be ONE instance when it comes right down to it. Because almost nobody wants to do NON-Heroic instances. Notice how I said "almost" because yes I do know that some people do normal mode instead of Heroic. But the majority want the chance at better loot and for badges. Why settle for anything less really? I bet most people who do normal mode only do them once or twice before switching to strictly Heroic from then on.Since the first step of removing the attunements has been taken, they should just settle on one version of each instance and let the players sort things out just like they did for a couple years prior to BC. It worked just fine back then and it would work just fine going forward too.
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