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8-22-2011 @ 1:18PM
The part I dislike is that you run 2 dungeons for max VP. With a larger Heroic Pool, there is some variety and the content does stale as fast.
8-22-2011 @ 3:43PM
I do not understand this.ZG/ZA take considerably more time (in my experience) than "basic" heroics. Given the time I have available, I typically tank "basic" heroics by preference.Doing "basic" heroics DOES reduce the number of Zandalari heroics you can do for the 140 VP reward, but at a 2-for-1 basis. If I want, I can do 6 "basic" heroics, then 4 Zandalari, were I so inclined.So where does this "I can't do normal heroics if I do Zandalri heroics" attitude come from?
8-22-2011 @ 6:02PM
@Erik The main point isn't that you CAN'T do normal heroics for VP, it's just that many players (including me) will rush through, get enough gear for the item lvl requirement for trolls, and just do those for the reasons listed. I can get much better gear from farming ZA/ZG than I can from farming normal heroics. It's true. Not only that, but since it's only two dungeons, instead of 7 initial release dungeons, players have a higher chance of the gear they need from a certain instance dropping by simply having only two dungeons that could appear than a 1 out of 7 chance for the dungeon they need to appear randomly so they can also get their VP. It's simply looking at the straight line for gear progression. I can get on the Troll Highway Dungeon and get to Epic Loot City quicker and with more traffic (which is actually a good thing in this analogy) than I could going through the alternate route of Slow and Easy Old Dungeon That Doesn't Ever Drop That Damn Weapon You Need, And Even If It Does, You KNOW A Hunter Is Going To Get It, Cause Everything Is A Hunter Weapon Street. It intersects with PvP Boulevard, and the rush hour traffic can be horrendous.
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