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9-21-2011 @ 12:34PM
@parcusWhat you say may seem true but some people will never know until they try it. There's a bunch of negativity that goes on; guilds that say, "This raid is too hard for you, don't bother!"; non-raiders that say, "I don't have 20 hours a week to spend wiping on Firelands!"; people that want to start raiding that say, "I'm not good enough for Firelands, it's too tough!". To the guilds that claimed Firelands was too hard, it isn't. Get off your high horse and let casuals in. To non-raiders, you don't need 20 hours a week. 2x 2.5 hour sessions are more than enough to progress week in and week out. To the people that want to start raiding, you are good enough, Firelands is not that tough, the first few bosses never were. I would agree that Alysrazor, Baleroc, Domo and Ragnaros could give people a lot of difficulties for a few weeks, pre-nerf, but they were still doable with some effort. The tough part is getting the people together, which is tough because of all the negativity. Now we have a huge nerf that probably wasn't needed in this magnitude. Because Blizzard felt we weren't progressing enough, because people didn't think they could, didn't want to, or were told they couldn't do Firelands.
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