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6-30-2008 @ 12:00AM
Already there's a lot of stratification of talents and I can't see that this is going to help end that at all. You run the regular to get a feel for how the instance looks, acts, where the mobs are, who the boss is, where to pull, etc. We bemoan the player who doesn't know how to play their class. We will now start seeing people run heroics who have never been in the instance before now when mob hit twice as hard. I don't like the tone that assumes people only do heroics because you can get your key at honored. Many people who answer the LFM are not equipped to handle what a heroic has you do. Personally, I don't find the bosses to be that much harder but the trash getting to the bosses is. Without having some knowledge of the instance and having done all instances on regular, I'm more prepared for what the heroic can throw at me. Hence, I think it's not just the lore that could be added but the experience that is lost when everything is heroic and not regular.Personally, I don't mind some nerfing of the attunement process for instances. I encourage my guild members to do Kara attunement even though a handful of us have our keys. Running those 5-mans before Kara gave you a sense of working together. I just got exalted with Argent Dawn and attuned to Naxx. I won't mind that it's nerfed when WOTLK comes out. I have a sense of achievement in getting this even though I might never see the inside of Naxx before it gets moved.
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