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10-21-2011 @ 6:50PM
Well that's the point in the Raid Finder. It doesn't change what to expect from the difficulty of the standard raid formats.I hope typical raiders get what they want but really. What I've seen from BlizzCon this year is Blizzard say "right we're taking everyone's money here. Let's make the experience worthwhile more of the time."Because under the current system for non raiders or non pvpers it's a case of well you get 85 levels of content. Kthanxbai or enjoy seeing it again with an alt.So yep, I think these new fields of play are great. I'm not aiming this specifically at you when I say this but a lot of time there is elitism regards aiming at casuals but really just because a boss is nerfed doesn't mean it's instantly a hit for casuals l, especially if they never raided. Stuff like pet battles & solo instances or even challenge dungeons are where casuals might be at.Once again I'd like to stress it's not specifically aimed at you. But I really like that there is actual casual content this time rather than boss nerfs or dumbing down instantly meaning its for casuals.
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