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1-20-2012 @ 6:33PM
Now there's an idea. Raid finder for leveling toons at levels that wouldn't require retuning the old raids. 58-62 for the 60 raids. 68-72 for the 70 raids, etc... Could be easily implemented without a lot of rework... Gives a chance to see that content to new folks...Thoughts?
1-21-2012 @ 1:06AM
I'm down! I'd expand your lvls a lil 58-65 for 60s... so on. I wouldn't lock high lvls out of Qing but I'd give a roll bonus for being lvl appropriate. win?
1-21-2012 @ 7:24AM
Another idea: a LFR for old raids that, if the character is already overleveling the raid, allows the player to "borrow" a proper level character with adequate gear for the raid he is queuing for.Yet another idea for old raids: add to them a solo/small group "RTS minigame" version where one or more players control a whole NPC raid group, with simplified abilities, and tries to clear the content.Blizzard has a lot of old content that most players never saw. Some of it really good, and meaningful for the world's story. I would love seeing them added back in a way that is both challenging and fun (as opposed to just going back while ridiculously oveleveling and overgearing it and one-shotting everything, like we do nowadays).
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