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6-30-2011 @ 8:05PM
I like this change, though not for the reasons you might assume.See, I'm a big fan of the Warcraft universe. I'm a proper lore-geek, and as such, (almost) every new dungeon and raid is a new piece of it to experience. As it so happens however, I'm a casual player. I don't have the time to grind and raid every day all week, so I miss out on the raids and such untill.. well, basically 'till the next expansion pack.Today I did Blackwing Descent, for the first time since the release of Cata. And I loved it.So yes, maybe it's annoying for hardcore raiders to see casual players in the tier, that they had to fight far harder for than post-nerf players do. But on the other hand, there's an all new tier out there now! Get raiding, get the new and shinier gear, and let the rest of us casual players enjoy the stuff you've been raiding for half a year. Let's stop making annoyed remarks about it. :P
6-30-2011 @ 9:48PM
The hardcore people shouldn't complain. They got to do it when it was hard. If they wanted it to be easy they could wait like the casuals.The date on the achievement lets people know you did it before it was nerfed.
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