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5-15-2009 @ 11:04AM
And STILL nothing on the mysterious, vanishing Flame Wall during Sarth. I cannot BELIEVE that this was intentional.
5-15-2009 @ 11:09AM
Makes it a nice challenge though
5-15-2009 @ 11:24AM
After spending months doing Sarth with "full" flame walls, those little waves are disconcerting. Bring back the old flame walls.
5-15-2009 @ 11:26AM
Its not like Sarth is a challenge.
5-15-2009 @ 11:31AM
Actually, Blizz already confirmed this was a bug >.> http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=16418872807&sid=1 and it is NOT a "fun new challenge" when you are trying to tank multiple drakes AND dodge an invisible flame wall.
5-15-2009 @ 11:44AM
On PTR it's fixed.
5-15-2009 @ 11:52AM
lol We think the flames make the fight a little more fun. It was definitely strange to get used to though.
5-15-2009 @ 11:57AM
@Jay- Sarth is a challenge when you leave drakes up and when half your raid can't figure out where the lava is coming from because of the bug it means a long, wipe-filled night.
5-15-2009 @ 12:56PM
I hate to pile on like this, but is the flickering flame wall really any harder to figure out? You get the cue, you look which side its coming from, you move accordingly, just like always... if they made the gaps move around, then we'd have a new and exciting challenge... Of course we'd probably be having this discussion if the lava wall was blue all of a sudden. People would complain that its bugged and QQ about it needing a fix.
5-15-2009 @ 1:11PM
Hmm, for me the walls aren't *too* bad because I've done the run so many times that I know where to stand for them regardless. (they're always in the same spot, and I can tell from the ground textures where those spots are)I can definitely see it being confusing to those who aren't as familiar with it though.
5-15-2009 @ 1:41PM
Definitely it's a bug and it needs to be fixed. It would be better even if the walls vanishs in 2 seconds and stay invisible because they look really annoying as it is now in live.
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