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1-26-2009 @ 10:00PM
See i disagree with people really wanting CC, because as a pally tank last xpac, i took CC'ers and they were glad not to do it. They increased the aoe capabilities of Warriors and Druids because Paladins became the king of 5 mans.Who cares about 5 mans, why would you want really challenging 5 mans? Unless the gear is on par with the challenge involved...no ty. Currently heroic gear is on par with the challenge. Heroics in bc were too hard when they first came out vs the reward they gave. And i am happy to not see it that way this time around.The real problem is they finally cut the time tax required to accomplish goals, and perhaps for the people that enjoy spending most of their free time on this game that equates to the game becoming easy and boring fast. On my side i am happy it means i spend my time getting more done in my everyday life without having to spend my playing time farming for hours. For those of you that miss that, more power to you, I dont and i am very sure a great many people dont. I have met so many people that are finally getting to see what raiding is all about and you know what, i am glad that they are getting a taste of what i got to experience although not with the same challenge.Personally i think they should mmake a raid that is impossible i repeat IMPOSSIBLE to beat so you can have those hardcore people who need to wave their epeens and think of how glorius they are something to bang their head on their desk for hours over. Then nerf it just before the next content patch.People dont want things too easy and they dont want things too hard. The only people pissed off right now (at least imo the vast majority of those people) are the ones dedicating far too much time to this gamePeace
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