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8-12-2009 @ 8:11AM
They could phase you into a place where the words "Additional instances cannot be launched" don't exist.In all seriousness I would like to see phasing used to enable us to go back into low level areas and kill higher level mobs there. Imagine stepping back into Westfall inside the Emerald Nightmare and finding it plagued with evil level 90 nightmare mobs. While still allowing all the newbies to level as normal. That would be impressive to me.
8-12-2009 @ 8:18AM
I don't know whether to downvote for more QQ of the instance problems that Blizzard is working so hard to fix, or upvote because the idea of mobs being higher level for higher level players is a good one.
8-12-2009 @ 8:36AM
"Additional instances cannot be launched" If you are a server in one of these battlegroups, you're probably toast: Ruin Shadowburn Vindication Re-roll or transfer to a battlegroup that doesn't have this issue (personally I've never see that error on my server which is in a different battlegroup).Six months is way past time for a critical error to persist. Blizz has no idea on this one, so you'd best move away from the problem.
8-12-2009 @ 10:00AM
@ Jon Do:I'm in Ruin (Stormrage-US, one of the oldest and most active servers in the battlegroup) and I haven't had a ton of trouble with instances. Usually it's five minutes til you get in, tops. A few of my guildies have had trouble with lower-level instances especially (one spent 20 minutes trying to get into BRD) but by and large it hasn't been supremely obnoxious. We were able to raid last night with no issues.
8-12-2009 @ 8:17PM
I'm on Shadowburn, and I'd have to agree it isn't the worst problem ever. Sometimes it takes 5 minutes or so, and though some pugs get impatient and leave, more people are looking for heroics so they aren't hard to replace. It will be satisfying when I don't have to see that ever again though, lol.
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