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3-11-2009 @ 2:53AM
GUESS WHAT ????Players like to play the "easy way'.Which dungeon/Raid is done the most per player you think ?VoA... My head on it if it isn't right.That shows a LOT of bragging and lying on this page. As the stats show: the most difficult and so HARD things in the game are only being done by far LESS than 10% of the raiders (not even talking of players). If ONLY 1 % of ALL raiders can do the final Raid achievements of WotLK, that shows Blizzard "programmed" these achievements perfectly ...http://www.wowprogress.com/pve/eu/(like the Immortal or the prestigious "The Raider")And please please do NOT come up with the crap "achievements don't interest me": ALL play for titles, mounts and prestige in an mmorpg... And if you don't do them, it is clearly a sign you are not up to those HARD Raid modes.Because ... Raid achievements are all about coordination and skill not about time or 200 times downing a boss etc...So I guess between 92% and 99 % of all you guys here are just lying about the Raid difficulty because of .... failure to meet the hard modes in the Raids....Those who talk about "easy" in the leveling open world department are complete noobs of course. Because who EVER finds any mmorpg "hard" on progressing levels, unless you talk about very badly designed "time sinks".As for PvP: the rating system in WotLK is FAR too hard: only a very few elite can go for the Gadiator title (0.5%) or PvP wepaons.So please recognize the human nature: we LIKE to brag.
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