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6-01-2011 @ 3:28PM
Sweet! More hard to get drops I'll never see.
6-01-2011 @ 4:01PM
What...?Re-read the post bub, the item allows you to convert some items into their Heroic counterpart.
6-01-2011 @ 4:14PM
To be fair, he could be talking about the firestone itself, which, if you never do heroic Firelands...you'll indeed never see drop.
6-07-2011 @ 8:25AM
My sentiments exactly, yet another mechanic that ONLY rewards those fortunate enough to have the BIG blocks of time free to raid. For those of us who play a lot in 30-minute bites, Blizz is STILL telling us to go play something else. Used to be a random BG fit my available playtime beautifully, but since Cata even that is pretty much ruined.This WASN'T true in Wrath, where I could tank a dungeon reliable in 30 minutes. (and I did, over 200 of them tanked according to my stats pages ...).
6-28-2011 @ 6:26PM
Why would someone even do the heroics if they weren't receiving rewards that other less committed players couldn't get? There's a difference between trying to turn off casual players and creating incentive for hardcore players. Open your eyes, Blizz has spent this entire expansion so far creating all sorts of unnecessary things for casual players to do. They even made 5 man heroics hard so you can't just run through them.
7-01-2011 @ 12:52AM
And they nerfed the whole last tier of norm raids into the ground, just for casuals who have less time. This includes stat nerfs, and in some cases entire boss mechanics removed. Yeah, Blizz is telling you to go play something else. Like, not Firelands. But the last tier, that they just made accessible.And no, this isn't Wrath. It's not pathetically easy.
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