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11-05-2008 @ 5:49PM
I've been wondering what people were going to blame their inability to see ingame on now that Blizz homogenized the holy hell out of the game.Now I know, it'll all be hybrid's fault. Damn them!You could always take whomever you wanted, the only limitations were specifically put there by Blizzard (Shear, for instance) -- they're "fixing" a problem their lousy encounter design created. Homogenization isn't going to get people through end game raids -- class distinctions were never what was stopping them. The only way most people are going to see end-game in WotLK is if they make bosses fall dead when the raid does a /dance emote, because frankly that's the maximum amount of effort most people are willing to put into it. And, given the precedent set by Arenas, I wouldn't be too shocked to see it happen.
11-05-2008 @ 7:02PM
I kind of agree with you Myria but like look I've been able to see a lot of old world end game and then in TBC i went off and joined a new guild earlier this year and raced through a good chunk of end-game. And from a raid leadership perspective a lot of the stuff was really brutal on any kind of startup guild. Just getting 25 people of an ideal class configuration was really not easy as there aren't that many free agents out there. Especially if you're concerned not only with progress but keeping a positive social atmosphere while you progress and not getting a bunch of anti-social types together who only think about progression and are total jerks otherwise.
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