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2-02-2012 @ 2:33AM
Two things come to mind here. First, what a bummer it would be if you had to wait weeks or months to get into a Dragon Soul raid after hitting 85. If you wanted to play with friends, it's already excruciating enough to get up to 85-- then to have to wait longer on top of that to raid with them because their guild isn't running BWL or FL-- it's too much.Second thought. If I get an 'F' on a math test, but still pass, then what does 'failing' really mean? I think Blizzard's approach was perfect. I hit 85 and the next day ran a DS in raid finder. I had to spend a lot of gold, hit heroics like no other, and get a few lucky drops, but in the end I got in there. Isn't that the goal? Get people into the content?I think it's pretty harsh to call it failing. I'm actually starting to wonder if those diabolical geniuses over at Blizzard have created yet another system that is 'working as intended.'
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