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9-18-2011 @ 9:58PM
If the attunement thing isn't just a joke ("attune yourself" being an obvious Wow-y pun on "prepare yourself"), then I'm pretty sure it means that you'll have to do the series of five-mans to attune yourself for the raids. In the Escapist interview (I think), Chilton said that the five-man would be much more tied into the raid than in the past, and would involve in some way empowering the players enough for them to be able to realistically take on Deathwing.Okay, here's the quote: "We're not really spoiling a whole lot as to how that is going to work but the lore of how players are actually able to gain enough power in order to defeat one of the most powerful dragon aspects is kind of told throughout the story of three dungeons and then the actual Deathwing raid." So, my guess is you go through the five-mans and get bigger and spikier until finally you go into the raid and poke Deathwing to death. Sounds like fun, right?
9-18-2011 @ 11:09PM
Sounds very cool. It might be something that's used to shatter his plates and make it so he can't stay together, it might be something that depowers him like the Dragon Soul did to the other dragonflights, it might be something completely different. But I loved the progression through the ICC 5-man dungeons, so I'm really looking forward to seeing how these go....until I realize that my main will probably be vastly underpowered to get into them. Time to actually hit some heroics...
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