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2-04-2010 @ 8:51PM
@ Shamman To each their own, I suppose. While I agree that having a large, sprawling, dungeon can be loads of fun (BRD is one of my personal favorites) it can also be frustrating. With dungeons that large it's almost impossible to get all your quests done or kill the all bosses you want unless your group is pre-made. In a PuG with people who don't know the layout, you can probably just forget it. It's also dull waiting for people to run back because they blundered into a wandering pack of mobs, since they got lost. For MY player vs environment, I generally prefer experiences outside instances. Such as when I first blundered into the elite dragons behind Forest Song in Ashenvale, or challenged my prot warrior friend to see which of us could solo King Mosh in Un'goro. Or the time when my main was in her 20s and, due to a bug, I found myself rezzing at the base of Thunderbluff as an Alliance. (I was lost in the Barrens for hours thanks to my newbiness!) And let's not forget how many times I sat to drink, only to come back from a brief AFK to see a Fel Reaver stomping away from my fresh corpse.There's plenty of PvE potential, it just doesn't need to be ROFLPWNing new players in instances.
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