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9-03-2008 @ 10:04AM
"So there's your answer, ladies and gentlemen. Karazhan can be 3-manned before any raid gear is available, so Burning Crusade heroics will surely be able to be duo'd if you're still hoping and praying for Anzu come level 80."Cue Blizzard pulling a ZA and removing the Raven mount from Anzu's loot tables.
9-03-2008 @ 11:05AM
I think a lot of people are missing the point. The bear isn't getting taken away because it's easy to get, it's because you're guaranteed to get one if you beat the timer (which is also pretty much guaranteed at 80). Baron's mount is still in the game, even though he can easily be duo'd (and solo'd by many classes), because it's a LOW drop rate. So is the raven. It'll stay.
9-03-2008 @ 11:53AM
Because god forbid a casual player gets a cool mount after he gets to a point where he can finally see said content that drops the cool mount. For a game prided on its casual appeal, they like to make things impossible to get for casuals. And Tier 5 raiders who can handle ZA and beat the timer ain't casual.They could've mixed in the Bear with several of the trash drops in the final chest and given it a 0.005% drop like the ZG mounts, but nope, no bears for casuals. People keep claiming there'll be more in WotLK for casuals, but there's nothing out of beta yet. The only other bear mount will be a BlizzCon goodie. If you're not a casual who can fly to LA to BlizzCon, you're SOL again.How did I get to ranting about bears?
9-03-2008 @ 12:13PM
@RogueJedi86:Most high end guilds are still selling bear mounts for 10Kg. Plenty of casuals have this mount. Don't fret. You can still get one if you talk to these guys soon.
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