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2-01-2012 @ 11:21AM
Imnick...I dont disagree to what you said, BUT... do you think its BLIZZARD that doesnt want this anymore? It seems to me like it's a large part of the playerbase that didn't exactly enjoy the changes to gearing and dungeon difficulty. I mean, Blizz seemed very convinced about "heroics having to be very difficult" and "epics should feel epic again", but you soon had nerfs to those dungeons, then you could get epics as quest rewards (cloaks from the Thrall questline, even better cloaks after like 2 hours of random FL trash farming in a PUG, plus the MF-vendors we unlocked), and now it feels just like Wrath again, with the three new dungeons feeling a lot like the Wrath ones. So I think Blizzard did change their mind mainly because of what many players thought about the changes. KryttureSure, good point, but then again, if you'd take that line of thinking to the extreme, why play it all, if you know that the gear you farm up now is obsolete once the next expansion or next tier comes out?For a casual raiding guild (I am in one nowadays), its not bad at all to be able to gear up a bit quicker, as it gives the guild a bit more time to work on the raid content in decent gear. We are just now getting back into it, and are gearing up for it through the 3 new instances, VP/JP farming, LFR etc, so thats nice. To both of you, I know what you mean though! =))
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