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6-22-2009 @ 1:51PM
Removal of achievement rewards is getting pretty old, imo. What's next, the red protodrake? Wouldn't that be even easier to earn considering the newer gear that's coming?
6-22-2009 @ 2:19PM
This is what I'm wondering about... With heroics giving EoC now (instead of EoV), a lot more people will start running them again, and this will make it easier to find groups willing to work on some of the achievements. So unless they are removed as well, I foresee a lot more people getting red proto drakes soon.I really wish Blizz would follow a previous suggestion to leave the raid drakes in and enforce iLv restrictions. The biggest complaints I could see coming out of that would be people fussing over bag/bank space to keep items or people upset that they already vendored/DEd their old equipment.Or another suggestion, nerf the drakes instead: leave the same skin but change the name slightly and knock them down to 280% speed.I'm a mount collector, but unless I leave for a more progressive guild, I'm never going to see these raid rewards if they keep removing them.
6-22-2009 @ 2:52PM
The toughest Glory of the Hero achievements won't be much trivialized by better gear, since they require better brains to do.Level 90 is more likely to trivialize them. Hopefully the drake can't be acquired after level 80.
6-22-2009 @ 3:30PM
@RingoUlduar hard modes don't take brains?
6-22-2009 @ 4:57PM
Blues have said that the Red Protodrake will not be removed because it is a 280% mount, whereas the Glory-related protodrakes are 310%
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