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9-12-2011 @ 8:39PM
INB4 hundreds of people who haven't downed Rag start complaining about this.
9-12-2011 @ 10:54PM
Why wouldn't people complain about this? 4.3 isn't even on the PTR yet, so it won't be here for months. Why nerf content when there is nothing else to do?
9-12-2011 @ 11:04PM
"Why nerf content when there is nothing else to do?"Quite simply, because there is nothing else to do. If you are a raider, congratz. You are either breezing your way through normal and doing heroic modes and this nerf does nothing, or you are struggling through Firelands on normal mode and this nerf will give you some leeway.If you aren't a raider, now is the opportunity to try to become one, because let's face it, you've been running Zul again and again for several months now and are almost to the point where your FTA bear group says "Screw Garrosh, Let's go kill that bastard Vol'jin!"
9-13-2011 @ 2:18AM
@ZapThe nerf doesn't "do nothing" if you're doing heroics. The nerf is affecting normal AND heroic mode.
9-13-2011 @ 10:54AM
Why nerf the content, Martin?You answered your own question there.Nerfing it allows MORE people to spend their time raiding and be distracted until the next patch comes around. Isn't it better that there are more people engaged, playing, PUGing, or having fun with their guilds instead of frustrated and sidelined by content?I'm glad they're ramping down difficulty a bit - I do believe everyone should be able to view, experience, and have fun with raiding. Cata sidelined way too many people.
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