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7-25-2008 @ 1:31PM
I experienced the gear reset for BC. I had a full t1 lock and was working on t2 for my priest. I remember sharding my Staff of the Ruins for the Blood Ring staff (ok, I didn't shard it until Kara, but I never used it after Nagrand)... It's only sad for a minute, guys. until you realized the reason you're replacing the gear is because what you're getting is better. Until acheivements come out, there's no scorecard in wow raiding (there may be one in arenas but I refuse to use them). If you raided for gear, you're stoked cause you have a head start in wotlk to get the next level of gear.If you raided for the experience, then you're stoked because a whole new level is coming.I don't understand being upset about gear resets, personally. The only way I can see it being upsetting is that it's leveling the playing field, i.e. those who are in the more difficult raids won't have as much of a gap as they do now between them and new 70s when WotLK comes out. Rest assured, this parity will disolve within 2 months of WotLk's release.
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