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11-04-2011 @ 2:59PM
I like running old content myself, and wouldn't want it too much more difficult to so so--but I also think running old raids is a lot more fun with a couple friends than entirely solo. 5mans, I don't mind farming alone. I like taking new guildies through old content they never saw before, though.I think a more linear progression and reworking of the stats would take things into account to still allow some soloing--I don't mind too much that a lvl 85/90 can solo MC, he outlevels it by 25/30 levels--but a level 70 should have a group of friends for a 40 man instance. Not a full 40, but some backup. We were rolling it with just a couple folks at lvl 80, but the mechanics of some fights still require you to pay some attention; same in other old raids. My big issue with the folks freaking out about the possible end of soloing old content mainly is that they seem to be glossing over the fact that that issue is being taken into account. It's a consideration for this and how to fix it. It's going to be weighed and discussed and decided how *much* soloing is going to be affected. The response is like it's the end of any ability to solo anything lower level anymore at all. That's obviously not the solution Blizzard is going for even as they try to address the situation.
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