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4-28-2010 @ 7:49AM
I dunno, I like the current trend. While I agree that scarcity does breed awe, I'm one of the people that never got to see a lot of the content because my schedule keeps me out of basically any raiding guild, and at a point, the game basically drops off a cliff if you can't raid. I never saw Black Temple, Sunwell, Vashj, Kel'Thuzad, and I saw Magetheridon once, Gruul 4 times, and Zul'Aman twice. In Vanilla I never got into Strath or Scholo, let alone something like MC. In Wrath I haven't seen the end of Naxx (still have 2 quarters I haven't completed), I haven't seen EoE, and I was in Ulduar only once for a weekly. I have been in ICC just up to Saurfang, although once again RL issues hit my guild and raiding has sputtered out.I would love to raid regularly. When I can, I do, but unfortunately I'm about 4 hours away from any reasonable population on the best server I can find for raiding. Now, Blizz can't change the fact that there are oceans and not land in certain time zones, but I'm glad they're making the raid areas more accessible, since I may be able to actually see content before I can solo it.
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