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11-16-2011 @ 3:17PM
"Whats even scarier is that you typically DONT have noobs on the PTR. If his experience on the ptr was this bad, just consider what happens when it's released to the wild."I'm going to suggest the opposite. My experience on the PTR was filled with people who were just curious about the feature, and didn't really have any motivation to down a boss.On live, you're actually going to have a reason to want to focus for a few minutes and try and kill the boss. On the PTR, people gave up super easily because they really just didn't care.The PTR is always full of lookie loos who don't read patch notes, and just want to play around with things more than they care to actually test and provide meaningful feedback, so I'm not surprised the PTR raid finder runs haven't gone well for a lot of groups.
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