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2-11-2010 @ 5:45PM
@ Gamer I AmI wholeheartedly agree it still takes time and dedication to get the achievement , as i clearly said in my initial comment. My issue is that they have greatly reduced the amount of time needed as well as diminished the dedication you need. I took me the full span of the V day event to finish it last year because of the horrible RNG and also for having to make sure i logged on every hour. My wife completed the event this year start to finish, and because of the new easier mechanics did it in 3 days. I have no problem with "casuals" (I hate that term because the converse would be Professionals not "Hardcore") or solo-ers getting 310 mounts. I am against making an already easy set of achievements being made easier to get as you work towards the meta. Again I am not debating the length of commitment needed to get the meta, becaue it is still a year. My complaint/concern is just the time now needed to get each event completed and the work needed to be put in has been absurdly reduced to the point of feeling like its simply a hand out for showing up an hour or so for maybe a day or two.
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