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7-01-2011 @ 8:26AM
That's a nice ego stroke. What do you get? Who cares what you get? Playing a game is about the experience of the game. Personally I'd like to see some achievements for completing the encounters before their main nerf. I think that would be a nice touch to go with this design, but it's a minor consideration.You got to experience the content when it was hard, and be satisfied in the knowledge that you got it down in it's current tier. This is no different than the ICC buff, and you know what? ICC was fun, really really fun."Rewards" in a video game don't mean anything. They don't help you get laid (far from it), they don't make your life any easier, they don't make you special. They are part of the system to facilitate you experiencing and enjoying the game. That is all they are. If you are actually imbuing importance in the reward itself then it really is time for you to unplug and get a real life going for yourself.
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