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6-24-2011 @ 11:20PM
@ Kevlar WTF are you talking about?I didn not once mention that I felt entitled to anything. I don't feel entitled. I like the idea of having to work for my rewards; however, I don't like the idea of putting content out of the reach of the majority of players. Watching a video on a fight or reading a write up doesn't not make the actual execution magically become easier. We have watched video's and researched the hell out of Neferian on 10 man. Simple fact is we just havent been able to down him. Am i complaining about that? No, not at all. If I felt entitled then i'd be crying for more nerfs and how blizzard owes me. But again I'm not. My guild and I have thrown ourselves at that damn encounter for weeks now and are determined to down him before 4.2 as a point of pride. We dont wanted to be handed epics. What concerns me is if the next teir starts out on a difficulty level equal to Nef pre nerf (which alot of sources are indicating that is about where the first couple of bosses sit difficulty wise) where does that leave me and my guild? What do we do? Do we continue to pound away at Nef until we down him and run heroics to pass the time, or just wait for the eventual nerfs to Teir 12? Because thats the choices we are faced with. If Teir 12 is out of our reach then we are left with nothing to do. We are pretty muched past the current content, have no need for 5 mans or justice points, and flat out refuse to be forced into a progression path that makes us do T-11 heroics before we can do T-12. If thats the case, then yeah, its not worth my $15 a month. But if thats your idea of a good time and how you want to "enjoy the game" then by all means have at it.
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