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2-27-2011 @ 11:36AM
Agreed. They really need to remove most of the ridiculous prices or currencies on PTR testing.When ToC was around at PTR and they had T9 there from vendors, at first week the cost was gold. Thats ok.All of sudden when they started raid testing they added the emblem cost to them. Same with T10.PTR doesnt go long enough to actually ever get full set of said tiers, specially when ONLY way you can get it was by running daily HC and ICC on "ONCE week boss test for two hours or hour".Why would I go to PTR to GRIND stuff again? I thought the point was to test stuff not block the testing by all these currencies.I mean, if the T12 will cost same amounts as T11 do now and you could only do one boss per week if they open it in raid. You might kill the boss or not kill him. Then you would have to do daily heroic. Maybe add some ZA and ZG.Lets say that you would be able to do heroic and ZA and ZG but not raids. It would still take MONTHS to get T12 for testing. Why make it like that, I must ask? Whats the big deal to not give TESTERS T12? Is it too much of tease to keep people playing? Would that really be that much of letdown if everyone on PTR would be able to get T12 and go "meh I'll unsub cos I was wearing all the epix"?Thats kinda my mood killer on PTR. Its just so annoying. Whats the big deal if people get to test T12 and they would get some data from it?
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