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8-12-2009 @ 9:33PM
Rogue, you're talking about such a small segment of the playing population, it would be silly to cater to them. Especially considering they've had 5 years to do the content. Simple fact of the matter is that Onyxia has been sitting there rotting for all that time, and other than a few achievement whores, it would remain that way. I applaud this move, for the huge segment of gamers who either never got to face Onyxia in earnest, or are nostalgic for the experience. And unlike Naxxramas, it isn't coming at the expense of new content. It is a win-win situation. And yes, pushing all the content to 80 is as fun. Srsly.
8-12-2009 @ 10:24PM
5 years to do the content? You're a moron. I just bout WoW and started my first toon a month ago. There are plenty of people like me that haven't gotten anywhere close to the expansions yet.
9-22-2009 @ 3:08PM
@TonyThat's like buying a 1980s car and bringing it to the manufacturer and asking why it's out of warranty. Also, moron is a harsh word for someone who spake truths. It almost begs you being called the same just for ... well, being a moron, I guess.@ Rest of threadUpdating content is awesome. Moving Naxx was a lore thing. This is just a gift. There's no real reason why blizz couldn't just leave the old content there as well and cater to everyone. I mean, it's already there after all.
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