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1-26-2012 @ 5:33PM
Fewer people killed Yogg Saron and Algalon because they released that crappy TOC too soon. We were moving slowly but steadily through Ulduar, but as soon as TOC came out no one wanted to run Ulduar because the better gear was in TOC.
1-26-2012 @ 5:45PM
Don't you realise that's an argument nobody can win? People whine if content is released too late but release it sooner and people whine it was too soon. They can't wait until everyone has killed the end boss before releasing the next tier.
1-27-2012 @ 10:00AM
He's right, considering how big of a raid, Ulduar was not out very long and then they made up ToC right after, which was by far easier with better gear. only thing that kept people going was drake runs
1-28-2012 @ 4:32AM
@ImnickYes, BUT, there should be some sort of general "time frame" for every tier. Why only get 3.5 months for Ulduar and then get ICC for a whole year (Ruby Sanctum doesn't count, most people ignored it and the HC version was undoable). If they'd paced it a bit more, maybe people would be less burned-out?I for one, am dreading having DS for 6 months or more. Especially after seeing it in full, every week, in Raid Finder.
1-28-2012 @ 9:34AM
@imnick,Yes, I understand the same thing is said about every tier, but the point was made about how few groups saw the final bosses. The point is that there was not enough time allotted for Ulduar. TOC should have had the same iLVL gear as Ulduar (or TOC delayed) so that guilds would still have a reason to bring their raiders into Ulduar.
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