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4-17-2009 @ 2:25PM
I think the hard encounters NEED to drop the best loot. Otherwise why do em? For ten achievement points? Pfft. But I think the big bad should still drop some awesome epics too, otherwise he's just another boss. The funny thing is Yogg, the big bad dude ender of life and so on and so forth is not the final boss, the final boss is locked up behind tons of hard modes, has nothing to do with anything, and apparently will feed on our tears. Why is this random schmo so tough. Lets compare it to Arthas not being nearly as tough as some other random scourge dude in Icecrown Citadel. "What? That makes no sense." My point exactly. Instead of some super hard extra boss Yogg should have been hard, and have a hard mode that makes people cry, not some boss hiding in some room.
4-17-2009 @ 2:38PM
Yogg-Saron's hard mode will probably make people cry too. One interesting thing: The meta achievement for getting the proto drakes, Glory of the Ulduar Raider (http://www.wowhead.com/?achievement=2958) requires the achievement One Light in the Darkness (http://www.wowhead.com/?achievement=3163), which requires one or less keepers help during the battle with Yogg-Saron. However, there is a more difficult version, Alone in the Darkness (http://www.wowhead.com/?achievement=3164), which is not required for the meta achievement.This suggests that Yogg-Saron's 'true' hard mode is going to be something truly impressive and raid breaking indeed.
4-17-2009 @ 5:04PM
Bill Gates does not hit as hard as his bodyguards.
4-17-2009 @ 5:44PM
Thats in a scenario of Bill Gates hiring tougher guys to defend him, this is an Old god, that is supposed to be relatively tough, not needing protection, being a god and all.
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