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8-14-2008 @ 8:27AM
The new tailoring net is "unreliable on targets higher than 83" whereas the Netherweave net was unreliable against targets higher than 72, are we getting level 84 raid bosses?
8-14-2008 @ 8:55AM
Every boss in the game is with at least 3-4 levels above anyone. Even Onixya/Ragnaros, whoever has the skull, scales in levels to maintain the skull ON, lets say.So I think we will fight some over 84 lvl bosses in Wotlk, especially if this expansion gives us some more new awesome bosses to fight.
8-14-2008 @ 9:05AM
My point was that there are no level 74 raid bosses in BC, but this seems to imply that we may see some raid bosses in wotlk that are 4 levels above the new player level cap.
8-14-2008 @ 9:47AM
I'm sure they're just doing it to maintain appropriate level itemization. Anti-Venom from First Aid doesn't scale all the way to lvl 70. The Jungle Remedy that drops in STV doesn't cure higher level diseases. If it did I would farm that crap so I always had a stack with me just in case. I doubt that the level cap of these nets is as much about how high the bosses go in Wrath, as it is about what level will you be learning to make the next net in the expansion that pops us to lvl 90.
8-14-2008 @ 11:18AM
I doubt it, its possible that they just want them to be usable on raid bosses now.Also with the crushing blows change (crushing blows only happen on mobs 4 levels above, instead of 3 levels above currently), and them removing crushing blows from raids. it would be silly to be lvl 84 bosses in there.So Zali said, its just to maintain itemization. Don't want to be able to use frostweave nets on high level dudes in the expansion after wrath (assuming there is one).
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