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8-22-2011 @ 4:05PM
pretty much all the dungeons are 'boring' now; and laughably easy with a group that doesn't have a rageface asshat in it... imo, valor and justice points should be given from ALL instances and raids no matter the level. we all race through them anyways; so what's the difference. everyone knows by this point in the game it's just the points people want. the artificial throttling of content and gear access by blizzard basically has turned the game into 'wait craft'. just wait a few weeks and either the content will get nerfed, the cost to buy the BOEs will go down, or the points will be given you in some other fashion. the only purpose gating serves is to prevent the game from being 'over'. and aside from guilds that actually have a chance or care for progression "firsts" (tho at this point, everyone knows that these 'firsts' come so fast because most hardcore guilds already know the fights from the PTR) what is there for the rest of us but endless, dull repetition?i basically just solo wow now; and i wish gruuls and hyjal and ony would drop a couple valor points just as cherries (like 5 per)... why not? what possible difference could it make? you can't buy the gear til 85 anyway; and it would open up all the old content to players who'd like a nice, solo relaxing nostalgia trip through mag's lair, or BC heroics or MC...
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