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6-22-2009 @ 1:45PM
Instead of removing them entirely couldn't Blizz have just made an achievement reward for the drake only possible with certain iLevel gear and lower?? It seems a waste to remove the drake entirely. That way the whole "...letting people earn them with more powerful equipment from higher raids would defeat that purpose."Solve itself. If you have iLevel higher than what was meant to be used in Ulduar during the normal progression of the raid, no drake for you. There's already a number of achievements that have this kind of stipulation.
6-22-2009 @ 1:51PM
I would be HIGHLY surprised if this doesn't ultimately become the solution Blizzard takes on this.Personally, I still think that they should keep all the drakes in the game until the level cap is raised. That way, a few people will have T7 Drakes, less people will have T8 Drakes, and nobody but the best will have T9 Drakes.Sorta give that sliding scale of "Hey I'm pretty badass" that has been a part of WoW for such a long time....It will change, the question is, how long people complain before they finally change it to one of the two systems?
6-22-2009 @ 2:21PM
It's the most logical solution IMO. There would be no room for bitching from either side. If you have gear too high for the achievement to count, don't bitch about not getting the drake. Do it right and you'll get it. And people that do it right have the bragging rights that come with the achievement.
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