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4-26-2010 @ 11:40PM
I like it. I am interested to know what the cap on Valor will be. If we can get all the Valor we need from raids, won't that kill off a lot of the Heroic market. And it shouldn't be so low that we may end up halfway through a raid and stop earning any. That's the nice thing about emblems: even when no gear you wants drops or you win no rolls, you're still earning new gear, and it'd kinda suck to have people saying, "Well, I'm Valor capped, I'm going to quit this raid now."
4-27-2010 @ 12:09AM
Maybe it'll be 75k like Honor(and I guess arena, I haven't done arena ever, not sure on arena). Since all of this sounds a bit like Honor Points, I would guess they'll copy that. But I'm sure it all depends on how they decide to mete out the various points.
4-27-2010 @ 12:49AM
I think it's much more likely that people who raid will work out how much valor they are likley to get from their normal raiding activities and then work out how many daily heroics they will then need to get capped and spread those out during the week.
4-27-2010 @ 12:43AM
Yes... one of the things livening up heroics now is the 5800 gs tank chain pulling everything and "carrying" new healers that may be geared but still new to his classor the 5700 gs x 2 dps that can compensate for the lack of dps from (again), newly specced or newly dinged dpsI mean, if raiders stop queueing for heroics, who knows how the queue time will be, maybe better maybe worse for dps, I don't know...And yeah it should be high enough so that you can't, say, run Tempest Keep one night and SSC the other night and capped halfway throughAnd they should adjust the earning scheme so that raiders who can clear the dungeon still earns more than people who solely get it from heroics, this is not a QQ from or against casuals, I'm a casual player myself but this just seems fair
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