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1-30-2012 @ 1:33AM
Sorry I just had to stop reading after I saw 13 bosses down to 5. Just reminds me of how they gutted Sunken Temple. I understand I'm in the minority here. :( I guess Blackrock Depths is next?
1-30-2012 @ 4:38AM
yeah that stung a little. I'd rather they just split it up. first half up to rattlegore, second ras and Gand+rooms. but oh well.
1-30-2012 @ 9:39AM
Yeah I'm with you, Sunken Temple was AWESOME the way it was. It adventure of scouting through the corridors it was great, I don't mind seeing progression in Scarlet Monestary though would love to see a HEROIC version of it at somepoint XD hehe.. I'm just pissed that they deleveled Scholomance, and Stratholme. They were fun to blaze through post raid just to burn off steam and get my fix of random zombie killins lol.. They better not DARE touch BRD damnit! That's the last great exploration adventure out there. Dungeons are suposed to be about exploration not lets cut it down and make it one huge room like Tournament Ring. >.< I think that was my LEAST Fave instance... Freeking one room no where to run or hide when crap went down. ... sigh!
1-30-2012 @ 2:01PM
I agree. Heroic SM is going to be winged. It would be fairly easy to make an Upper Scholo and Lower Scholo. They'd still be both fairly weighty (by today's standards) with 6 and 7 bosses, but by making some of those bosses non-necessary it would work fairly well imo. See: Halls of Origination. HoO has 7 bosses, but you can easily skip four of them. If they pare heroic Scholo down to just four or five bosses, I hope with all my heart that they keep Normal the way it is today. At least with the paring down of ST they kept all the bosses and relocated them (iirc).
1-31-2012 @ 11:37PM
I guess they just want people to be able to quickly get through the content quicker... but then again, wouldn't they skin every dungeon? I don't know... but I really want to get through Scholomance one more time before anything like this happens.
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