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4-08-2010 @ 11:47AM
Wanted to point out something from the main article, but I'm afraid that no matter how non-rudely I say my opinion on this, it will get voted down, so that's why I have it in a second separate comment."Blissful productivity is the idea that we are happier working hard because we feel optimized as human beings. We're accomplishing something. That always feels good, right?"This is the closest I've seen to someone describing why I fight so hard for games to retain high lvls of difficulty. I'm not talking about the whole game, or even a large chunk. Just an end game raid would be nice, something along the lines of 1 or 2% of the content. The blissful productivity thing does not apply when rehashing content we already beat on normal. Everything about Sunwell felt amazing, and a lot of people would disagree with that. That's fine, I'm not going to tell those people that they're bad at the game or not hardcore, I would simply suggest that they do not DO Sunwell if that is not their cup of tea.I do not understand why the people that don't want a hard, challenging, normal mode end game dungeon get so angry when we ask for it. It won't affect your playing at all, and it gives the people that enjoy it a tiny little playground to beat our heads against for months between xp's.Once again, I feel that this will be voted down, so if you feel like I do, pls vote it up :)
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