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3-02-2011 @ 11:11AM
Tier 1 is lvl 85 NormalsTier 2 is heroicsTier 3 is ZA, ZGJust wish they'd give ZA/ZG normals to let the people stuck on tier 1 run more than 3 instances >.
3-02-2011 @ 11:32AM
This. Every heroic should have a normal version as well. Otherwise, it's not heroic, it's, well, normal!
3-02-2011 @ 12:16PM
"Tier 1 is lvl 85 NormalsTier 2 is heroicsTier 3 is ZA, ZG"Blizzard disagrees because on the PTR ZG and ZA are marked as "Random Cataclysm Heroic Tier 2."
3-02-2011 @ 12:45PM
Not gonna argue semantics.Tier 0, Normals, whatever you want to call it, sucks right now. Blizz wants you to build up for heroics by running normals and that means running 3 dungeons over and over again.
3-02-2011 @ 1:06PM
"They expect you to run the 5-man dungeons that were in at launch until you can do them on their heroic difficulty."So how does this work for the new Deadmines? I've been in there a grand total of 5 minutes so far, and that includes 2 wipes, so you can imagine why the group broke up.It's kinda hard to know what you're supposed to do if there's no "easy" mode to practice on.
3-02-2011 @ 1:07PM
You can also gear up through faction reputation items, a couple of Uldum / Twilight Highlands quest rewards, justice points, crafted gear, etc. All of those are options for preparing you for heroics.With that in mind, having only a few normal dungeons for characters at the level cap makes more sense, I think.
3-02-2011 @ 2:03PM
@samThe easy mode is lvl 20ish, you should be able to figure that one out at lvl 85 XD
3-02-2011 @ 2:38PM
So there a harvester you can climb inside in the original version of Deadmines? Umm...don't think so, and that was where I was invited in. After they told me to use the harvester then pointed me down the ramp and said it'd be "Easy peasy", I knew I was in trouble.Yep, definitely in trouble. I kept blasting things yet they still managed to make it up the ramp. Wipe. Try again. Wipe. Group disintegration.
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