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6-03-2010 @ 8:22PM
I have to ask - why does everyone love Ulduar? Personally, I hated it, and ended up taking a 3-month break starting in the middle of 3.1. This is a legitimate question I'd appreciate an answer to - what parts of Ulduar were fun?I hated FL because it's FL's damn fault we had to ride around in stupid vehicles for the first 15 minutes of the raid (and that's on easymode).I hated razorscale because playing with those adds felt more like playing with trash than downing a boss, and the adds made up a substantial part of the fight.I hated Ignis (with the exception of Ice Blocking in the pot, which entertained me) because being OOM for as much of the fight as I was back in naxx gear was not fun for a mage.XT was OK to me because the heart phase was always something to look forward to.Kologarn's stupid eye beams and grips created way too much pointless dead time for my liking.Auriaya was another decent fight because the movement and LoSing reminded me faintly of Heigan, which I had fun with.Hated Thorim because half the raid was off doing something else I couldn't even see, which led to a lot of drama. "You couldn't handle the adds in the middle!" "No you didn't do the hallway fast enough!" "NO U" "NO U"Hated Hodir because I couldn't even understand why my groups weren't able to down him. Maybe it was just easier for me because I had blink.Never got any attempts in on the other bosses.
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