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9-16-2008 @ 2:54AM
I was speaking of that yesterday on a french blogthe main problem is very high level raid : people has forced to min/max, not to play as they wantand it creates frustration and reasons to quit the gameonly a few really love to reroll whatever the "raid needs" (is it a sect? a new job? the Raid neeeeds).others dislike it and try to be quiet about this.-I dislike homogenization too, but in the end, it forces the game to be funnier and fairer.I would prefer ALL talents are nice and helpful the same. but in the end, it's maybe impossible , you always have a raid leader telling you that peculiar boss need you to change everythingand always some annoying elitists telling you you are noob because you chose a combo they don't approve "no sir, I know EVERYTHING about Wow Equations, but I prefer to play the game, not to specialize in excel"So in fact, Blizzard try to suppress min/max optimization, to suppress frustration, to make impossible elitness.in that, they are so right, very right, totally immensely right.I just fear tomorrow we will all play generic borg against big blue cube.
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