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The most important part of this news post was that they are desperate.
New character models not being worth it or profitable to now being in the works with a gradual roll out. Seems pretty desperate
The new LFR loot system is terrible. It's the first time i ever got pissed off recieving loot. Getting loot you already have or have a better version is beyond stupid and seems like a lazy implementation.
Just because you don't like doesn't make it lazy or stupid, those are labels you choose to attach to something because you didn't get your way.
No race needs an update more desperately than female worgen.
Seriously, just scrap that shit and start over.
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During the March press event, they said dwarves were being worked on and might be finished before the expansion is released, and that orcs and humans would be next.
Now they are saying that they're working on orcs and humans and will probably gradually release the new models as they are completed.
How exactly does that sound desperate?
Assuming everyone has an independent chance of 20% of getting loot:
Odds of no one getting loot on a single boss in LFR: 0.37% (roughly 1 in 265)
Odds of everyone getting loot on a single boss in LFR: 0.00000000000000033554432% (or 1 in 298,023,223,876,953,125)
They told the loot rate in blue posts. You have about 15 % chance to get loot in LFR.
Updating character models is a priority and something that the artists are still working on.lmao, typical Blizzard is typical.There is even a chance that we may see them during Mists of Pandaria.
Now this has to be a joke, they are seriously telling us that the problem low-populated servers are having - is the fact that you don't see many people while running outside on your mount? Guess I'll end up spending 100 euros to transfer my characters after all. They win? I think so.There won't be any server merges, as cross-realm zone technology will be applied to the problem.
"•The majority of the new talent system feedback has been positive." to quote a famous chineese apartment owner, "The majority of the new talent system feedback has been positive, My Ass"
Trust me, cross realm zones is a better idea than to overload servers and have constant frame rate drops and long queue times to even get into the fucking game.
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I hear it's amazing when the famous purple stuffed worm in flap-jaw space, with the tuning fork, does a raw blink on Hari-Kari rock! I need scissors! 61!
I would rather have people that actually have the required spells then a talent tree filled with filler and trap talents that dont actually do anything. (Living seed, fury of stormrage and blessing of the grove were all trap talents) like half of the resto druid tree was filler. (+% talents)
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I had given up on wow 6 months ago and said I would come back to try MOP talents. If I liked them I would sign back up for another expansion. Well I did sign up for 1 month and Guild Wars 2 came out, I have been waiting years for this game, about 1 week into 5.0.4.....So now I have to compare them.
I gotta say GW2 pve is so much far ahead of WoW it's not even in the same league. I did like WoWs new talents but this should have been put into cata. The old system was just so out dated and abilities felt so clunky it was really WoW's Achilles' heel. PVP wise again GW2 did a great job but WoW has always had great PVP.
GW2 lack of monthly price is really going to bring in the player base from WoW. GW2 servers were almost full on day 1.