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9-21-2011 @ 6:13PM
My guild has been spending the last month or so working on Ragnaros on 25N. We also have a little trouble getting Domo consistently on farm. We enjoyed thed challenge. Last night, we cleared the entire raid in 3 hours (the bulk of the time spent on swapping players) and one-shot Rag for our first guild kill. To be honest, we felt our hard work over the last month was for naught. If it had been a 5% nerf, we may feel a little bit differently. But the ease we breezed through content made us a little ill. Next week we're going to work on heroics and we hope that the encounters are still challenging despite a 15% nerf. If it is easy, we're going to feel insulted.
9-21-2011 @ 8:44PM
Are you in my guild? Because that's EXACTLY the same situation as mine. We felt cheated after blowing 7/7 in one night of raiding the night after the nerfs.
9-21-2011 @ 9:31PM
Yea I felt the same way. I couldn't figure out if I was playing WoW or Mario 3 last night....
9-22-2011 @ 9:05AM
Now do it without swapping players lol
9-22-2011 @ 10:04AM
I hear you!!!!. Most of my guild killed Rag 3 weeks and again 2 weeks ago (when I was on vacation, then away for business). This week we brought in an inexperienced, undergeared healer for Rag. We one-shotted Rag even though the same healer died twice, I died at 15% due to my own stupidity, bad luck (and no heals) and we still one shot him.For anyone who is essentially farming normals, they are now a joke. We will spend the remaining time on this tier just doing hard modes and cleaning up on regular at the end of each raid week.
9-22-2011 @ 11:27AM
We killed 3 heroic bosses (1 hour of attempts on ryloth the previous night) in 4 hours yesterday..... It 100% cheapened everything we've been working on.
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