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8-29-2008 @ 5:24PM
[i]You can easily keep all of your Tier 5 or better gear right up till you hit 80.[/i]This is what's lame about the xpac's. Basically, the gear gap is so big, most people can just keep their gear all the way to 80.That's just bad game design because you basically have now just removed any need to upgrade gear till endgame again while wasting developer time on models/item creation.I wish the xpac required you to "regear" and have to drop most of your high end stuff by no later then 72.I had friends in the BC that were in T3 and wore it to 70. They basically said it kinda sucked because they never had the "ohh...nice drop!!" feeling like you did leveling from 1-60.
8-29-2008 @ 5:34PM
On the flipside it very frustrating to be replacing the gear you have been farming for months to be replaced by some green or blueTbh thats what alts are there for with me =D
Yeah because i expect Rossi to be "fair and balanced" when it comes to Warrior OPeredness. Matt "I get a stiffy thinking of Titan's Grip" Rossi /facepalm
8-30-2008 @ 10:07AM
To be honest, many people were annoyed with the fact that they had to trade in epics for greens immediately when TBC came out, especially if they worked hard for those epics.Well whilst I don't like the idea of gear being replaced right at 70 - 71, but I can see your point when it comes to how bad it is to use the same items for another 10 levels, I don't really agree with you 100%
8-29-2008 @ 6:06PM
Solution!Don't raid :DYou'll have a lot more free time for real life things, and when an expansion comes out, you'll actually be excited about the gear. Win/win!
8-29-2008 @ 9:44PM
This is why I choose to have an army of alts instead of a dedicated raider. The most I've done is Kara but I'm okay with that because I get to see all the classes abilities as I level and constantly get gear upgrades. Some of the alts that have hit 70 are in honor gear epics but that's the farthest I will go with an alt.
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