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9-12-2011 @ 8:28PM
I gotta say that I love this methodology of ensuring that everyone sees the content, though I'd like to see a Hellscream's Warsong kinda thing (where you can toggle it on/off) rather than just a flat nerf.
9-12-2011 @ 8:39PM
Normally this sort of thing would be fine--but 4.3 isn't even on the PTR yet, let alone out and released. Most guilds who want to get to Ragnaros haven't had enough feasible time to get to him yet, and already the content is getting nerfed in just a few short weeks. This is the sort of thing we might have expected to see once 4.3 launched, or even half-way through 4.3... but we're still in the middle of 4.2.
I fully agree with you, you sir a very smart
9-12-2011 @ 10:20PM
I agree with cyanea85. Something toggleable would be great, but you have to think hey, Blizzard has the information from Icecrown. I bet they can see how many people actually toggled the buff OFF. And I bet that number is very, very small.As to razion, remember, Blizzard said they wanted to get content pushed out sooner and sooner. They were already to bring us Ragnaros with 4.1, but held back as they felt it was "TOO SOON EXECUTUS!" I would bet dollars to donuts that the Deathwing raid is already pretty close to being finished, at least finished enough to go onto the PTR shortly. If they're announcing the nerfing to start on Sept 19th, I'd also be willing to bet that the 4.3 PTR will be out right around that time, too.
9-13-2011 @ 10:20AM
Agreed. I'd much prefer a toggle, especially with the change happening this early. The theory that the data is going to be used for the Raid Finder makes a lot of sense though
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