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I started watching videos today of Ragnaros on the PTR with this assumption in mind.
I was quickly disillusioned. -.-
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Although to be fair, having seen more of the fight, I'm not longer peeved that I can't DPS living meteors.
Edited by Verelyse on 5/28/2011 7:33 PM PDT
So having Neptulon sucked up by a really big octopus thing and having it escape finishs the Neptulon story?
Okay, I can understand the storyline for Vashj’ir being completed with the Abyssal Maw dungeon, but how about a few dailies? By the time 4.2 comes out, there should be dailies in all of the other Cata realms. Why not some cool undersea dailies? It's far and away the best looking realm in the expansion and sometimes just fun to swim around in....
Q: A majority of the fights in T11 favored having little or no Melee DPS. Are there plans to fix this? – Merissa (NA), Espiritu (NA)
Is anyone playing the same game i am?
*reads the comments* Hmmm... Given almost every other comment is about Abyssal Maw or the Melee is being overshadowed by Range topic (which I wholeheartedly agree on, but really I think they get by this point that Neptulon getting abducted isn't a good closer, you guys are just getting redundant with it), I think I'll post something NEW.
THANK YOU Blizzard for NOT using more vehicle mechanics in the upcoming raid. To be completely honest I used to have a distaste for Oculus and Eye of Eternity because people just didn't seem to get how the rotations of the different drakes worked. For a while there I'd watch it break even strong-nit groups apart. Even Flame Leviathan was a disaster if people didn't know what their vehicle's role was. For questing, sure, it can be fun and refreshing to jump in a vehicle and destroy things for a bit. In dungeons, however, (at least in my opinion) vehicles just have no place.
To everyone else, I SEE and RESPECT your points, but you're being a little harsh considering you have absolutely no sight into the Blizzard development office. You don't know their situation so don't act like you do. I'm sure most of us WoW players don't like the stereotype that EVERY person who plays WoW has no life. I'm sure in that regard Blizzard also doesn't it like when, just because the content doesn't meet your standards, you accuse them of being "lazy". Jumping to conclusions is a fail way to go about things.
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