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1-12-2012 @ 9:48AM
"Disadvantages This actually reminded me of the discussion we had about achievements in raiding and why they can be so frustrating. Almost everyone involved agreed that the Uldum model was the best way to incorporate achievements into raiding. However, it was also the method that required the most time and effort from Blizzard."Ah yes, I remember the Uldum raid patch. Good times in sandy places with 25 of my best mates. Shame it came before LFR so so one runs it anymore.... Wait, what?
1-12-2012 @ 9:55AM
It was at this point in Marolas' story that Chromie suddenly swooped in and told him that he was going to suffer the dreaded double-post, and that he should choose which of his posts to downvote.Marolas thought carefully and said, "Well crap, let's just downvote the crap out of the one that says I brought 26 people - including myself - into Uldum, because that's just ridiculous. 26 people in Uldum? That's like saying the raid never existed at all!"Chromie just looked at him and sighed.
1-12-2012 @ 10:15AM
He almost certainly meant Ulduar :p Specifically referring to the Hard Mode mechanics, I assume.
1-12-2012 @ 10:16AM
Also, pretend I typed "She" like I meant to. Really.
1-12-2012 @ 10:23AM
Marolas then noticed the lack of a period in the post about proofreading.Chromie facepalmed in frustration./endstory
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