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2-17-2009 @ 5:26PM
Despite D&T being long dead, I don't see why you or the writer think this... "Secondly, Ulduar will not be tested like a normal instance. The testing will in phases and only happen according to the schedule Blizzard lays out. They'll announce times when certain bosses will be available for testing, and that means that only during those times will those bosses be open for play. This also means that Ulduar will initially be closed on the PTR."will change anything relating to the top guilds developing strats from the PTR. Just because it happens in phases and only on a certain schedule doesn't mean that no one will see the bosses until they are live. "But think for a moment about what this does – it means that we won't be seeing strategies and other guides immediately available upon release of the patch (or in most cases before the patch). It means that world firsts will actually mean something again, and it won't just be a rush to see who can log onto the server first."Why not? What about the way they are implementing it on the PTR says there will not be strats available when it goes live? The only thing that could keep that from happening is NOT putting it on the PTR at all and thats not happening.
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