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1-26-2009 @ 5:26PM
BC instances were ALL trash mobs and no bosses..... very mindnumbingly boring. I literaly went and ran a lowbie thru auch crypts last night. It was a horrible remider of how god awful 5mans were pre wrath. Reguardless if you want cc to be involved, which i admit could be fine. But if you remember pulling one side of the room and always huging a wall. That shit was dumb, bottom line is there isnt a legit reason to fully clear rooms until now because they're not overcrowed w/ npc garbage.Before you start writing your ranting back at me try and remember "shattered halls" i've nvr seen so much trash in my life, single pulls of 6-7 npc's...r u kidding? All for what a couple badges and epics that are topped w/ pvp gear.... no ty- James -
1-27-2009 @ 10:46AM
So in short your enjoying the easy mode of Wrath, unfortunately for me there is no feeling of achievement reaching the end of an instance in Wrath, and the biggest thrill is getting the right loot to drop.Shattered halls was a legend for me, doing it on heroic took some serious work (unless you were an overgeared paladin, in which case I pity you since you never got to enjoy the challenge, those last packs of 7 were tense affairs with little AoE threat).Now though I'm finding that I'm no longer playing my warrior much, basically since I've gotten most that I want from heroics so there is nothing left to do in Wrath until the next content patch. Maybe if they want lol heroics they should have allowed them, and then add in a hard mode heroic that drops slightly better badges, kind of like 10 man and 25 man.I don't really care much about 25 man badges being better then 10 man, just being slightly better gives the reason to do them though.
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