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7-02-2009 @ 1:17AM
Totally agree Frank, I was talking to a friend a few months back and the conversation turned to heroic 5 mans in WotLK. I mentioned how they are dead now as all of the gear is of too low a standard. This suprised her immensely and perhaps even verged on the offensive because as it turns out her guild was actually plowing through these runs to gear up for 10 man Naxx. It kind of hit me at that point that just because in a large and well orginised guild the game can appear to be a pushover at times, it doesn't mean it's like that for everyone. I love going down to Goldshire and other starting areas and trying to asses for myself who is a "Newbie" and not just tearing an alt through the low content. I like to talk to the people who are new to the game and help them out a little with my "amazing" spells, and you start to think about when you first started out, how you had no idea at all about this "end game", and how for the first 50 or so levels (for me anyhow) I thought the point of the game WAS the levelling part! And perhaps it is? For some anyhow. The point is that we all riding a different wave in the game and although for some, DK's killed the feeling, and lack of CC in 5 mans killed the challenge, to others there is an immense world of fun and wonder that is yet to be explored! Remember, to many players, playing or interacting with DK's isnt even a possibility yet! And those players will have a lot of CC'ing to do on their long way to 80..That said: Dear Blizz plz bring bak CC'ing in 5 mans, as a mage it used to make me feel SO important in the BC heroics! :)
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