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5-10-2011 @ 12:42PM
@olivier.mireaultI agree. None of the current 5-man content is anywhere near as hardcore as BC was. I think people are taking advantage of an unexplained dip in sales and connecting it to a Flavor-of-the-month complaint about current WoW.Don't let's everybody forget that WoW is over 6 years old.
5-10-2011 @ 10:00PM
"In Wrath, I ran heroics every day for a year.In Cataclysm, I stopped after a month.Which is sad for me, because I had every expectation that they would be as fun, and I want to want to run them. But last I checked, they were boring." - KaelBesides harder, they don't seem all that different to me, but different people have different tastes. I know it's probably hard to define, but is there anything in particular that makes Cata dungeons boring whereas Wrath dungeons were interesting?For myself, I'm mostly bored with Cata dungeons, but that's no change for me. I got bored of Wrath dungeons and BC dungeons and Vanilla dungeons. Once I've run each dungeon a few times, a lot of the fun goes out of it. I'm not upset by that, it's just natural. In addition, unlike many, many people during the Wrath era, I never enjoyed the chain-running dungeons aspect. Running dungeons over and over again JUST for badges/points has never excited me. I've seen all sorts of people, both friends and random forum-goers get stressed out over getting their weekly Frost badges/Valor points. It's never bothered me. I recognized long, long ago that at some point I wouldn't need any more badges/points, so why rush? Actually, I'm currently at that point in Cataclysm. I no longer have any need for Justice or Valor points.Anyway, back to the question, can you pinpoint why the dungeons are boring? My curiosity makes me ask. :)
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