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2-18-2009 @ 1:00PM
It seems to me there are two types of groups that want to see vehicles in raids:1) The people that play this game so dam much (raid 8 nights a week) that they'll take ANYTHING that Blizzard throws at them to mix it up a bit, regardless of how clunky or gimmicky or immersion breaking or (insert any complaint about vehicles here) that it may be. These people would be happy with a raid encounter where they have to sift through the boss' poo to find a key to unlock an NPC that helps the group kill the boss, or something silly like that. As long as its different, they'll take it, whether its actually good or not.and 2) People on the opposite end of the spectrum who haven't invested a whole lot of time min/maxing their spec and spell rotations and therefore don't mind seeing them wasted during these vehicle fights and just think, "hey! shiny new vehicle! I want to try it!" These people may also see vehicles as a bit of a neutralizer. Perhaps they're normally in the middle or bottom range of the DPS charts because they haven't taken the time to max their toon, and these vehicles help them out by reducing their options and levelling the playing field.I think the majority seem to be in the middle though, people who think, yeah, sure, vehicles are kinda cool or whatever, but because of the various complaints about them shouldn't be in raids.
2-18-2009 @ 1:24PM
We already did that quest in Nagrand to get the cherries.Am I the only one who can get tired of min/maxing...its not that hard...30 mins on forums and you got it...stop making it out to be some sort of God power to min/max...its not hard and it doesn't make you special.
2-18-2009 @ 1:59PM
I forgot to mention that the entire raid has to be wearing Lovely Black Dress otherwise the key isn't lootable.And i never said maxing was god power or makes anyone special. but it does take more than 30 minutes if you're actually going to read more than one opinion and actually try out a few builds yourself. Not everyone does this, which is fine, but they're usually the ones consistently lagging in the dps dept.
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