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3-27-2012 @ 2:01PM
See, I feel the exact opposite of you, Zachwbrandon.Entry-level Heroic dungeons are supposed to be closer to Wrath-level in difficulty. This will allow players to get their initial raid-ready gear fairly easily (and don't forget about rep faction loot!). After that, every tier of this expansion will come with a LFR version allowing for people to easily gain access to boss attempts. With the inclusion of LFR at every tier in conjunction with easier heroics, there really isn't a need for a full set of VP vendor gear. Once we get into the second tier of the expansion, when you're not having luck winning an item for a slot you can use your VP to augment its ilevel, allowing you to fill a needed gap.Now, as far as random loot goes - it's always been a loot fairy. In my guild's DS Raid, we've been getting nothing but cloth and Paladin/Worlock/Priest tokens for weeks and no one needs them. Random will always be random. For LFR though, this new system they're introducing is superior. In theory, it allows a chance for every person in the raid to get a drop that is guaranteed to be for them. Currently a set number of pieces drop independent of the classes and rolls that are in attendance. Now, a number of people who exceed a roll threshold will win a piece that *is* equip-able.
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