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1-20-2012 @ 12:18AM
DarkWalker:Absolutely agree with the solo content being far too easy. We used to bemoan this in my old F&F guild. Half of them couldn't play for beans but had lots of maxed level characters and didn't understand why we wanted them to work on stuff. You will never learn your class fighting boars and 1-2 shotting them. You need challenge and you need to understand how certain mechanics work. And I am sure I would have missed a lot about game mechanics had I not started playing with a group who was incredibly anal about mechanics because they always had to 3 man dungeons in the past. They made me learn everything from the second I was big enough to come with them. Wanting to succeed with such good players made me look up the finer points of my class online. Things that weren't explained in game, like hit and expertise caps and why they matter. But not everyone has that experience. A lot of people just fire up their game, stumble around and manage to win. It works, so why would they think they need to improve?
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