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4-25-2011 @ 7:51PM
Have they dumbed the game down yet to Wrath accessibility; if they have I might consider reactivating my account. I miss the good old Wrath days when I could blitz through content on my tank, and comfortably farm half of ICC while treating the other bosses like progression bosses (which they were to my guild.). Gotta be honest, I never downed the Lich King, got to the phases where he started spawning the black crap on the ground, with the Valkyries throwing people off the roof; never got past that phase. So again if Blizz has dumbed the content back down to at least Ulduar level I'd consider coming back; if Blizz still doesn't respect my casual dollar I'll keep spending it at Trion.
4-25-2011 @ 7:55PM
P.S. too bad my old account was revoked by your moderators; good to be back:D
4-25-2011 @ 8:08PM
So wait, you are complaining that they hadn't "dumbed it down" yet, yet say you never beat the Lich King.You are complaining because it's not as "easy" as the previous expansion was, yet you never beat the end game boss.I think you are trolling.
There are some nerfs to HC's in the patch notes (twilight drakes in Grim Batol no longer create patches of fire on the ground, the ragezones in Deadmines no longer increase dmg taken, only dmg dealt, and the imps on Karsh Steelbender in BRC no longer creates heat pools when they die, so you won't accidently add stacks on the boss by killing the adds while they're on the tank) and since new gear will be available (epic 353 drops from ZG and ZA) thing's will go even faster and be even easier. And as soon as people start disenchanting those epics into Maelstrom crystals, the price on AH for those will plummet, and make high-end enchants less expensive to make, making things even easier yet. It might not be as accessible as the end of Wrath was, but it sure is getting there. On the "downside", since ZG/ZA give 140 Valor points and can be queued for separately from other HC's, there won't be as many players in raid gear in the regular HC's. Perhaps the nerfs are meant to counter that.
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