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12-09-2008 @ 9:18AM
Hi,Your comments seem to be contradicting themselves. At the start you seem to say that the only reason you do raids is for the accomplisment of killing a boss, not gear, then later you state that doing the blizz accomplishments isnt what you want. Why exactly?I dont get that you WANT the accomplishment of killing stuff, but to get a 'recognised' achievement, one that even gives u a 'shiney' to show off, and will make it a hard fight - yet you brush it off as not what you want. So what exactly do you want? Something to challenge the very top HC raiders in the TRAINING raid for Wrath? Do you not see the problems that would cause? New players now have to START learning in Nax, so lets not just make it a complete roadblock eh?Whilst i personally an not HC (causual guild - raided upto MH (pre nurf) and BT (post)), i DO sympathise with them to the point that they have had no major gear reset - so have flown through the content so far, and the training raid (naxx) will provide them with no significant challenge, BUT they are the ones CHOOSING to do it this way, and im dammed if im gonna jump on the 'well blizz should have made it harder' bandwagon. I still have many many quests to complete, lore to find, and tonnes of achievements to complete. Theres new alts to lvl and gear, rep to grind, mats to farm, pvp to do, and i can do this all whilst chatting to my guild mates. If nothing in those floats your boat, then MAKE UP A CHALLENGE that YOU will find rewarding - it doesnt matter if noone else wants to do it, its YOUR game and only YOU can make it fun.
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