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3-21-2011 @ 10:03AM
I can relate quite well to the growing amount of burnout that seems to be sweeping through the population as of late. What shocked me was how quickly it hit me: roughly a month and a half after release I just couldn't bear the thought of logging in. Call me whatever you want, but in a way I miss being able to sit down with a cup of coffee in the morning, queue for my random dungeon, spend 15-20 minutes in a relatively stress-free heroic with random folks, and go home happy (the sole exception of course being HoR). Raiding too, while challenging, seems to be lacking some of the magic Ulduar and, to a lesser extent, ICC had, and cannot hold my interest nearly as well.
3-21-2011 @ 10:12AM
Just wait for ZG and ZA and the frustration that pugging that shit will cause. It will be a nightmare. And they are still forcing ppl to do it for valor points. Thats all the crappy progression they can offer atm. Im sorry but BLizzard has totally lost the plot.
3-21-2011 @ 11:41AM
I LOVED HoR. For me, it was the level of challenge I think Blizzard should aim for in Heroics: high enough that players need to know what they are doing, low enough that players are almost guaranteed to beat it in less than half hour if everyone at least knows his class.Cata heroics are frustrating at a whole new level. Too long, too unforgiving, and with enough gear checks that a single player gaming the iLvl check for queuing can spell doom for the party.
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