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8-23-2011 @ 1:06PM
When all is said and done, I'm pretty content with the way Blizzard does things, they're not perfect but they make a fair quality product, I cannot wait for patch 4.3 and I'm so interested to see the way things pan out for old deathwing :D Thanks Blizzard for making an entire world :D
8-23-2011 @ 2:02PM
Totally true! I uprate thee
8-23-2011 @ 2:23PM
I'm right there with you! While the rest of my gould is crying about stuff I'm starting to dabble around in stuff. I love blowing the crap out of stuff in dungeons on my Boomkin druid, and I'm having a blast heal DPSing BGs on my Disco priest. If you split things up and do things just for fun instead of for a specific goal the game completely changes for the better. I think Blizz knows that, but many of the players have forgotten that. Although I can already see the effects of Mogging changing that around again. :D
8-23-2011 @ 11:27PM
I also agree, but I have to admit being a little disappointed in the Cata model. The crazy hard instances and the mini raid heroics were a good wake-up call from the ease of WotLK end game. What I worry about is that it all becomes about bigger purples, bigger stats, and eventually it goes crazy (crazier). If you had a fresh 80 and tried to go into Hyjal, it was rough without heroic or raid gear since the jump was so huge. Give me smaller bumps so that if I can't raid (which I can't with my work schedule) I can still have something to do apart from the same quests over and over and over and over. When they say substantial difference, I keep hoping they'll fill in more of the world. You can only have so many hidden continents and islands, but I'd love to see another continent that is its own 1-60 experience rather than this new mysterious island where the murlocs are tougher than Arthas somehow.
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