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9-10-2009 @ 3:53PM
I don't think you've got the right of it. Everytime Blizzard talks about why they're making it easier the answer tends to be something like we want more people to see the content. I don't think this is a bad thing at all but to say it's all the alt-raiders who are causing this is a stretch. I think it's more likely that Blizzard thinks it's better for everyone even the people complaining.
9-11-2009 @ 8:31AM
I have to agree with Robin here. All the people I know who whine about wanting things to be easier... are trying to barrel towards the endgame, or push towards gearing up, or push towards leveling an alt...I started playing in March, and just dinged 80 on my paladin the other day. And I had a blast doing it. I have a guildie who spends about as much time shopping for clothes on the AH as she does leveling (she calls it her "retail therapy.") I have another guildie who spends her time looking for pop culture references in the game. We're all casuals, and we all have one heck of a lot of fun.Oh, and here's one... Guess what all us casuals do when we want to run an instance? Find a group of our own level. What do I see in Trade chat? "Will pay a high level to run me through Scarlet Monastery until I hit 45." They're level 30. I don't think that qualifies as "casual," but it sure does qualify as someone who is trying to make leveling easier.
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