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11-15-2008 @ 2:44PM
Blah, that's seriously disappointing.Instances we've done so far have been pretty easy too.I mean, we just 3manned The Violet Hold ("the new BM") with one lvl 75 char and two 74s. The end boss is lvl 77 and our gear is mostly kara/za/badge level. And it wasn't even hard. *sigh*Maybe Blizz has nerfed the difficulty too much, I want some challenges.
11-15-2008 @ 2:46PM
If you want a challenge, don't run non-heroics in purple gear.
11-15-2008 @ 2:47PM
Try 3-manning it on Heroic then.
11-15-2008 @ 2:48PM
You probably shouldn't be looking for too much of a challenge in leveling instances. They're meant to be tuned for people in a mix of greens and blues. Even with pre-WotLK gear, it shouldn't be too difficult.Anyway, to the subject at hand: um...grats? Enjoy languishing for months until the next content patch.
11-15-2008 @ 2:50PM
Everyone has purple gear. They made purple gear available to everyone. You could arena one day a week do Karazhan 3 days a week BG 2 days a week and be wearing equivalent gear to the person raiding SSC/TK and to some extent BT/MH. I mean honestly if your gear isn't mainly purple then you really aren't trying.
11-15-2008 @ 7:44PM
@SacramanjaThey have to tune the dungeons to people in pure leveling gear. These dungeons will not be so easy to people who didn't hit 70 before the expansion. You are assuming that EVERYONE who plays this game was 70 before Wrath came out.
11-28-2008 @ 9:40PM
Im not a hardcore raider only raiding everyday except saturdays and mondays for 2 hours tops. but very dissapointing that blizzard said they would never make another raid instance as hard as Sunwell. Raid instances as hard as Sunwell mean you need 25 people that know how to listen and dont leave after wiping 8 times a night until you get the first boss down, i miss those types of raids. And if your not prepared to wipe on a single boss then you should stick to PVP or logging on 3 times a week only to talk shit to players with good PVE gear that they have no life. QQ nobody cares.
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