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3-05-2010 @ 2:06AM
Blizz has done a great job opening the world of raiding to those dreaded "casuals". You "hardcore" players have 25-mans, you have first crack at new bosses, first crack at hard modes, legendary weapons, and all the bragging rights that go along with world and server firsts, super-rare mounts, and having a weapon with orange text. What's wrong with the rest of the game having a shot at watered down versions of those fights? What's wrong with the rest of the millions of players in the game getting a go for some weaker version of your loot. Does it honestly, HONESTLY detract from your own sense of achievement when that happens? Really? If it bothers you SO much that people are getting the chances to put in their own fair share of effort, and get a proportional amount of gear, then you need to check your priorities in life.
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