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7-02-2011 @ 1:29AM
I don't remember any fuss about a world first Heroic Halfus or Magmaw. The only reason this is news is it was done earlier than expected. Truthfully I'm sure all of the uber core guilds out collectively went "Meh" to the whole deal. Now if they had got Rag down, the outrage would be warranted and expected. Bliz put in a fix so now there's no way anyone can get to content early. As it stands, quit crying because you didn't think of it first.
7-02-2011 @ 1:59AM
I'm a raiding member of a competitive top 10 (according to wowprogress.com) guild that killed Rag early on Wednesday. When we saw what Stars did we just laughed...it's obviously an exploit, not in keeping with the spirit of the competition (ie, one raid clear per week) and basically doesn't count and taints everything else they do in the future. They screwed themselves out of the competition by so obviously exploiting, and then bragging about it.
7-02-2011 @ 3:18AM
What? People didn't think of this already? Of course they did, they just either didn't try it because of the cost OR knew it was an exploit.When the issue of raidID's being reset with faction transfer was first revealed to players I am pretty sure I remember people talking about faction transferring to get more attempts in. The only thing that is new here is faction transferring to activate heroic modes a week early. Which really should be obvious if you know the mechanics.Most top raiding guilds apparently had better things to do with a few hundred dollars.
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