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2-26-2011 @ 8:15AM
Pre-cata of course. I do use them now too but lately I've been wondering should I not use them because stuff die way too fast not because XP I get. With chest, cloak, shoulders, bow and trinket stuff die in 1-2 shots and its not really "fun". Tho even without heirlooms stuff die pretty fast, issue they should look into. I know theres new people in the game that might not always even use abilities they learn but its getting pretty boring after while when mobs give no real edge before cataclysm zones.I do remember in vanilla when I died a lot when levelling because mobs had "lot" of health and damage was puny* but nowdays the damage is out of the roof and people have cool abilities like explosion shot/ambush/MS that takes 50% of mobs health regardless of gear.*Back in vanilla this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6SieyEObrg was pretty awesome thing to do and made quite few warrior nerfs, nowdays its what everyone does with cool talents and damage..
2-26-2011 @ 8:18AM
And to add, in BGs of course no question about that. In dungeons too depending on gear I got from questing (if its competitive to those slots I wear normal items to not get too much XP and keep dungeon bit more exciting by making bosses last longer. If I have like lvl 20 bow in lvl 50 then yeah.. heirlooms)
2-26-2011 @ 10:09AM
I definitely have to agree that the "Bite" has been taken out of the 1-60 content (perhaps 60-80, but I cannot comment). Instances in particular are a complete joke. As someone leveling alts, I don't really care too much, but I can't see how new players interested in any sort of challenge could possibly want to stick around in WoW long enough to get to the level cap. The low levels are too easy. No just "easy" but "too" easy.
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