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5-04-2011 @ 12:09PM
Actually what fallen asked for was a level-scaled event, important detail there. Cataclysm event was not level specific.I do agree, though, that the WoW community/culture would not welcome "randomized mass world PVE" of a RIFTish magnitude. When my RIFT guild (which is many of the same people as my WoW guild) gets annoyed with having our quest hubs over-run, or "zones falling (and thus becoming useless to the applicable level) to apathy", we play WoW. When WoW's staticness is boring, we play RIFT. WoW is big on access control, they'd have to be very careful in going the RIFT event way, and I don't think they'd do it unless they could do it right, and given that WoW's development is going in a "log in for a couple nights a week to keep up" direction, I think they'd want to minimize variables (such a "randomized mass world PVE") so people could effectively plan those couple nights a week.Leveling in RIFT isn't a "plannable" event. It's a hope that can be dashed by a random event and an understandably apathetic player population. If there's no unity (or higher level assistance), it's alt (or WoW) time. WoW would never go for it.
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