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8-16-2011 @ 4:13PM
just an other consequences of the "dungeon finder"ho I'm sure the dungeon finder allowed a lot of more people to play the game, I think it's great, but in the same time, I'm feeling more and more the dungeon finder is the one feature (not arena) which forces Blizzard to break world of warcraft.it's just to hard to balance any people with any (mostly) random people and make them have fun, it's just too hard, if they succeeded they would have a nobel prize or whatever.so they "break" (Maybe I'm too harsh) the game.-no, I'm not a "hateful player", I like the game, I play it, it's always a fun game and I'm convinced blizzard is full of people loving making game and playing them. It's just I'm feeling we (blizzard, the players, everyone) are trapped and forced to break the mechanics of wow because of a too good feature : the dungeon finder.-my impossible dream would be "threat" was something visible in the world game : the monsters, all monsters, have incredible animations, where you see it's looking at you and readying to change aggro to badly hurt _you_ and now it's time to stop dpsing : no need for an "ugly interface", just cool animation. Maybe it's impossible.-maybe an idea would be the threat would decay very fast , if the tanks for whatever reason stop to generate threats, it drops so fast than mage, hunter and so on have to use their control/remove threat abilities .
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