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10-31-2008 @ 9:11AM
too much simplification is going on, I prefer if there was some dedication needed for the raid to actually perform well.the e'ko, firewater, felwood items, blasted lands buffs, etc.... were a little too much, but I would like there to be some way outside of raid that I could prepare for it better.Wow is becoming a bit too simple really, another example is the end of setting up groups in raids.
10-31-2008 @ 11:17AM
Who said Raids were gone? As far as I remember, they had announced 10-man and 25-man raids for post-Heroic goodness.
10-31-2008 @ 11:28AM
He means the strategic choices of putting different classes and specs in specific groups in order to maximize the output of buffs and abilities limited to the group.Enh shammy with the rogues and DPS warriors, lock with an imp and a tree druid in with the tanks, boomkin with the mages, that sort of thing.
10-31-2008 @ 3:28PM
"too much simplification is going on, I prefer if there was some dedication needed for the raid to actually perform well."comming in the "The Burning Wrath of the next Bad Guy!" expansion. we are removing the need to have gear equipped to do any of the raid dungeons. we felt that the need to have any gear equipped (including weapons) was too costly, and time consuming for the average raider. so raid bosses will now only hit for at max 50 damage per hit, and have a whopping 1500 hp. however don't fret you will get vanity gear to put on to look pretty, but it will have no stats whatsoever, and will just serve a function of letting other players know you downed the boss. furthermore we are changing the name of the game to Habbo hotel.
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