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9-13-2011 @ 12:40AM
Zodiac, if they nerf normal modes and leave heroic mode alone, heroic will be much more difficult to attempt by those people that want to attempt the content but either don't quite have the skill or the opportunity. As is, heroic modes are enough of a challenge for the more skilled players that they will get bored of them before 4.3 comes out so whether they're nerfed or not is irrelevant to that set of players.In my own guild, we've been having trouble this expansion with scheduling issues, such that getting enough of the geared/skilled people online at the same time for Firelands has been a challenge, and some weeks even a 4.0 raid night gets a little iffy. Nerfing the raids (normal or heroic) gives us more of an opportunity to see that content, as well as more opportunity to farm them as we're able, so that we can at least keep up with the content. In some situations, the lack of nerfing the older content would inherently lock a lot of people out of the newer content; the gap between them gets wider and wider, making the final content practically undoable until the next expansion.Sure, it's great to have really challenging content, but if circumstances don't allow it, at least Blizzard has made it so you can at least get in before the expansion ends and kill the boss you paid to kill.
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