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9-20-2011 @ 7:56PM
@watspr02Hey Watspr02, I like your reasoning. I would most certainly applaud someone who was dedicated enough to train and finally tackle a half-marathon. I think your analogy is lacking something though:What happens if that person believes they should be able to take a car to complete the remainder of the marathon? or maybe run on a moving sidewalk? You would probably still not care, because you are able to complete the task exactly as you want. What happens if they institute a world-wide rule that says all marathons must be run using a moving sidewalk. Now your progress, your sense of achievement, has been a bit diminished. You may even tell your grand kids you ran a marathon "before the sidewalks were added". My guild completed heroic alysrazor on Thursday of last week. We raid 2 hours per night, 3 nights per week. We have made steady progress all summer (H4/7), and I was looking forward to working on the remaining content as is. By nerfing normal content, I might furl my brow and shake my fist (damn kids these days!). By nerfing the heroic content, they have forced me to do it differently then all who have come before - despite the fact that we are progressing.
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