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6-10-2011 @ 7:53PM
Seriously? It already takes two weeks to buy some pieces and now they're gonna make it take even longer. Seems like there could be better ways to "keep content current"
6-10-2011 @ 8:25PM
I'm actually going to guess that the new dailies and quest lines in Hyjal will provide VP point rewards, or some other form of mitigation, to take the edge off the raid/instance nerf.
6-10-2011 @ 8:49PM
The vendors there also have new gear, much like how at launch we were supplemented with rep gear
6-11-2011 @ 5:21AM
"Seems like there could be better ways to 'keep content current'"Yeah. Like make more of it. And release it faster.
6-11-2011 @ 7:59AM
Quote from someone over at MMO champ forums:---------------------This means that 5mans give more Valor Points each week than raids.For 25mans...The maximum valor points you can get through tier-12 content raiding is 675. If you do tier-11 content, you must kill 7 heroic bosses to get valor capped for the week.For 10mans...The maximum valor points you can get through tier-12 content raiding is 525. If you do tier-11 content, you must kill every heroic boss in order to get valor capped for the week.1) It's absolutely stupid that a heroic geared tier-12 raider will need to run heroics to get Valor Points in order to hit the weekly cap.2) It's absolutely stupid that heroic ZA/ZG award more valor points than raiding on a weekly basis for either bracket.---------------------Added to this that it takes TWO MONTHS to unlock all hyjal dailies. Its seriously just pure artificial way to slow content since theres so LITTLE of it.
6-11-2011 @ 1:52PM
@IceActually, isn't it because there are now TWO tiers of raids that raiders can do?Now you can cap VP by doing heroics or by raiding. Choice is never bad.Sure, it's easier to do seven trollroics for the cap, but if you'd rather do what's easier than what you are supposed to find fun, then perhaps raiding is not for you.
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