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10-07-2010 @ 4:43PM
This whole idea is silly. Casuals care far more about things like improved starting areas, improved questing, and a generally better level experience. If heroics are harder, so be it. It's not terribly relevant to casuals. In any case, most casuals would prefer harder heroics. Wrath heroics suck for the casuals, where everyone is rushing through. Most I know hate PUGs precisely because of this. They want to do heroics with their casual friends, who will take ten times longer doing them and consider this a *good* thing, since they're focused on enjoying the content, scenery, and story, not accumulating emblems (many of whom will never have enough to buy a complete tier set anyhow, so they're pretty much worthless to them). Every casual I know had said they enjoy doing lower level dungeons with lower level characters more, with careful pulls, crowd control, etc. They hate the frantic pace of Wrath instances and the way people rush though them. Harder heroics would be the best thing that ever happened for casuals.
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