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12-29-2011 @ 8:04PM
"Can you imagine 5 hours spent working through a heroic 5-man today? "I couldn't imagine doing that in TBC. If I had to choose between that and finding a new game, I'd have found a new game. As WoW's population ages (a college junior in TBC is now 25 years old with a semi-serious girlfriend, working two crappy jobs until a decent one opens up), I think more people are in that predicament. Me myself personally, I don't expect all the content to be broken into tiny chunks, but I appreciate that I can log on for an hour and do something more interesting than farming herbs."(A side note, if we don't need the key for Kara anymore, why is the phylactery still behind Murmur?)"You don't need the key, but you can still do the quest chain; in fact, I'm right in the middle of it. It's good lore, and it gives me an excuse to solo some Outland dungeons. Also, the Violet Eye quest chains give about 10K rep, so if you're in a hurry to max your Violet rep, you can cut out one Kara run that way.Jack said: "I want there to be a challenge level between raiding and heroics that is very bluntly not for people with only 30 minutes to play"And that's totally fair. I like big complex dungeons like Blackrock Depths, with multiple wings, a dozen bosses, and a tavern in the middle. I just can't go there on a whim, or because the RNG says that's my random dungeon for the day.
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