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2-26-2009 @ 5:40PM
I actually have to agree with ManaTank here, though Kevin and Lilene make good suggestions.Achievements are just that - achievements. Not task lists. You should have to work extra-hard to *achieve* them. Raid Achievements, in my eyes, are there to give the hardcores something to strive towards while us casuals (and yes, I'm in a semi-casual raiding guild who just cleared Naxx last week) work through at our own pace. Once higher raid gear opens up, completing the achievements won't be much of an achievement any more. Why not reward those people who were able to put in the time and effort to get it done?That said, it would be nice if Blizz could implement a tracker of the max player lvl (for the ZA mount) or gear ilvl (for these mounts) in a raid group, and reward the achievements to groups for whom it is in fact an achievement.
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