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3-12-2009 @ 4:44PM
My guild is actually more interested in knocking down Naxx-25 in two 3-hour sessions than any of the vanity achievements right now.
3-12-2009 @ 4:50PM
It takes you six hours for a full clear without being gimped by achievement-attempt composition?I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
3-12-2009 @ 4:59PM
Way to go for having fun and getting through Nax. W000t!
3-12-2009 @ 5:42PM
@ Jon DoLol @ Wrenna, so true...If we don't get a new acheivment and finish a Naxx25 run in 2 and a half hours it's a bad raid heh.I agree with Shocking! though. We got the 10-man last night. We were testing recruits, even some in greens, and made them wipe until we got the acheivment. It's really a "are you stupid" test.
3-13-2009 @ 4:39AM
mmm 2 3 hour sessions? What are you waiting for Christmass?Yesterday our immortal try (which failed again at KT we finished in 3 hours. So we where holding back most of the time and we waited for 15 minutest due to Wintergrasp and thus possible lag.Let your tank chain pull ftw.
3-13-2009 @ 1:35PM
LOL welcome to the world of 'casual raiding', where achievements like "To all the Squirrels I Loved Before" count for the same ten achievement points as "Immortal", and a title... well, you can only display one at a time, and most every casual already has several. Pick one.And three hours is a pair of wings when you wipe once in a while (though you'd rather not), and that's ok, because you're among friends, and a train set in the middle of the raid generates more excitement than that boss down, again. It would just be more economical, time-wise, to do our Naxx-25 in two sessions rather than three, now that the whole place has been done. My point was mainly that Blizzard has let casuals see just the same endgame as everyone else, and that's just fine by me - I don't care enough about those particular achievements to invest the time and effort. Grats to those who get 'em, but that’s not my focus ATM.
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