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1-26-2009 @ 6:13PM
I think the real problem here is there are one too many people that have gone soft. You have become too complacent hiding behind your shiny lvl 80 epic gear. You have forgotten the fun that was had in fighting your way through mobs that required just more than a few key presses and some decent stats. You have forgotten what it was like when in some instances you had to treat pve some times like it was pvp with the requirement of keeping the mob healers cc or the group would wipe. Or you have forgotten what it was like to face a mob so damn big that you had to be smart about your pulls or you could face endless mobs that would not stop until you were wiped out to the last man. The problem these days is more people are interested in running instances for the gear or rewards instead of the fun of the instance itself. That is the real reason why a return of cc is being looked on with anger. It means an end to lazy tanks that just dish out threat while dps burns the boss down. It means an end to mages who just spam bolts and aoe when their capable of so much more. I say bring back cc requirements with a vengeance and give the weaklings out there the wake up call they deserve. Give them a hellish instance GC. Give us hell!
1-26-2009 @ 7:22PM
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