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2-02-2010 @ 9:02PM
When i look at LK's loot table, 2 things come to mind:1. Om nom nom And2. Whoa...The end.
2-02-2010 @ 9:07PM
How did you manke those noises without drooling?I can't seem too :(
2-02-2010 @ 9:30PM
It was very difficult to not drool and stare in awe at all the loot especially the...*distracted by puppies*Sorry, my mind wandered off..
2-03-2010 @ 7:37AM
Funny that, because when I look at the weapons I think:"Haven't I seen these somewhere before?"Oh yeah, I have.On Marrowgar.Illidan/KJ get drooly-unique models. Arthas gets reworks of drops from the first boss in the instance.I know this is QQ but, come on. The Lich King. The end boss. Reused models? Give me a break
2-03-2010 @ 12:08PM
^^ This.It seems Blizzard really got lazy this expansion.So, they took out attunements, is that an excuse to have 0 quests for Naxx, aside from the Saphiron heart thing?And Ulduar just don't feel the same when the only quest comes from the healer weapon legendary chain inside.I don't think attunements should have been removed.I think they should've been simplified, to the point of "Do a solo'able quest chain, kill the last boss of 2-3 heroics for another chain, and do a summon-able, 10-mannable world boss."I think that would make a fun atunement chain for naxx, and do a smaller one for OS, and let the heart be the one for Maly.Do the same thing with ToC, UIduar and ICC and I would've been happy.To stay on topic.If all the bosses in a raid have to share weapon models, fine.But just give the end boss unique looking loot.The 2hander won't make people stop and think "Wow, that guys taken down the LK..."It'll make people think "Hey, well atleast I know that guys competent enough to do 'Lord Marrogar must die!".
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