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3-01-2009 @ 3:38PM
is it just me or did those far over priced rings just get a massive nerf.an hour cooldown to travel to dalaran? when most peoples hearths are probably set there anyway. and now with a half hour CD, would the rings even be used?imo, they should half the price of the rings as they have halfed the cooldown on the hearth, meaning the ring is now only half as useful for that purpose.(not that i ever plan on paying 8k for a ring anyway.. just thought id mention it)
3-01-2009 @ 3:41PM
The rings are also getting a thousand gold upgrade to remain useful even with Ulduar open.People wear the rings for the stats, they don't just use them to hearth.
3-01-2009 @ 3:47PM
the stats arent that great that they should cost 8k especially if the add on feature just lost half its usefullness. the hearth feature was the reason it was such a money sink, and as for the extra 1k gold money sink...how lazy are blizzard getting. surely they could just add some rep faction for ulduar that you can exchange your ring (if you have one) at exalted just like the violet eye rings or the hyjal rings. adding money cost to everything forcing you to midnless grind things is turning the game away from being an rpg and into one big long unfun time sink.ok i went off on a tangent... *cough*
3-01-2009 @ 3:50PM
I don't know, maybe it will allow people to put their hearth somewhere where there isn't that much lag?
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