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2-18-2009 @ 6:53PM
No. No it shouldn't. Having the best content segregated off to a minority of the population sucks.Giving the best players who have the greatest combination of skill and free time the greatest rewards while still keeping raids available to people who can't commit to a fixed schedule of raiding is a FANTASTIC design decision.This is not coming from some whiny, lazy casual. I've raided every level of content in the game, sometimes raiding 4-5 nights a week.The fact is, designing raids to baseline at a high difficulty level simply gates that content from most people. Players who maybe have the semblance of A Life but are just as skilled -- or more skilled -- than the hardcore, deserve a shot at those raids. Hard Modes mean the hardcore can flaunt their epeens all they want, get the challenge they demand, while still opening similar content to the just as deserving masses.Long story longer, stop being an elitist jerk.(See what I did there?)
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