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11-05-2011 @ 11:10PM
I adore the Normal difficulty level of Cataclysm raids. It's been a really great fit for my guild. We haven't spent any time in the non-nerfed Heroics of either tier, but it's likely they would be out of reach for our skill level. In contrast, the nerfed versions of Normal are so much easier they are literally boring and un-fun for us.While I love the current tuning, I also recognize that it's too much for a lot of people out there. I've never been a fan of two difficulty levels, it's just not enough for the large variety of players that WoW has. I really hope the LFR pans out and offers a proper difficulty for those that struggle with current raids. (Related note: In the Blizzcon D&R panel, the devs said that they plan to make mechanics better tuned for an easier/less-experienced raid in LFR, not just the numbers.) It'd be great to have everyone who wants to raid, able to raid at their preferred difficulty level.It might actually be shocking to people that I'm not a Hardcore Heroic raider, but that I still dislike the easy-mode of the nerfs. It might be hard to understand, but "too easy" really is "too boring" for me. I don't want to walk in and one-shot Dragon Soul with a PuG on release day. I also don't care how many people beat it before me and get better gear, I just want to raid with some challenge and some fun. I don't want to take that opportunity away from others though, which is why I absolutely support 3 raid difficulty levels.
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