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6-19-2009 @ 3:40PM
No one ever claimed that we would be experiencing it 'exactly the same way' that it was played four years ago. You're raising a false argument to defend an entirely different issue - twinks being sent to their on playground.What people ARE saying is that now, we can take chars AT LEVEL into these dungeons, repeatedly, without outleveling them, sorta the way it was done pre-bc and pre-wrath. No, it won't be exactly the same. But it will still be difficult, and it won't incidentaly become easier because of xp. And if you read my post, I never said I missed these on the way to 80; most of my guild started playing in the last year, and we're now in Azeroth raids at low 60s. And given the number of other people wanting to do old raids AT LEVEL for the 'fun' of it.. it's nice of Blizz to give us the ability to play this game how we would like... sorta like how YOU get to play the way YOU want.The big caveat to all of this is my not-leveling and raiding AQ20 doesn't impact you raiding Ulduar. BUT twinks sitting in BGs DOES affect leveling players going in for a casual game of AB. And since twinks have defended not leveling and min-maxing as being to challenge themselves, Blizz has just janded them a real challenge on a silver plate; now they can farm gear without fear of leveling and run challenging BGs without all us 'scrubs' getting in the way. Unless you're admitting that twinks are only there because they enjoy griefing levelers, and now that they'll have to face an actual fair fight, they'll just abandon the game... in which case Blizz has found a way to improve the BG experience for the rest of us, which can only improve participation.But in the final analysis, WTF does it matter to you? Go raid Ulduar and let us have our 'fake' lvl 60 raiding.
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