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3-05-2010 @ 7:01PM
I have a somewhat moderate view.... I support the buff entirely on normal mode (though I wish it was more of like a 2%-10% scale rather than 5%-30%), but I am absolutely against it on heroic mode. The main reason is that since you can't even get into heroic until you complete normal, there will be a large number of guild that are walking into it with the full (or close to) buff... which just seems crazy to me. As I understood it, hard modes were meant to sort of appease the 'hardcore' crowd while still allowing the 'casual' crowd to see the full range on content on normal... and this seems to go against that a bit.
3-05-2010 @ 7:11PM
Couldnt agree more - give us n00bs super buff for normal mode, but HC should be HC in my mind and that is buff free. I see this buff as being a way to see the end game, and not get a leg up to completing HC modes.
3-08-2010 @ 9:19AM
Couldn't agree more. While I think the buff is a great idea in normal mode, allowing as many people as possible to see the end content of this expansion, I really can't see why they made it available in hard mode.No-one cares if you beat normal ICC with or without the buff, but hard mode is supposed to be...hard. It's the answer to all the "wow is too easy" whiners, and Blizzard are shooting themselves in the foot here regarding that, imo.
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