Yet wing 2 is just impossible without 5-7+ wipes in LFR.
I got in this morning and we 1 shot everything except spoils which took two because someone didn't know the box started the fight. I think they learned their lesson after the 4 hour wing 2 wipefests.
Will it get better in 2 or 3 weeks? Yes, if they nerf them more. They've already nerfed Nazgrim quite a bit and it's still taking most groups several failstacks to get a kill.
Hopefully Siege LFR will teach some of the LFR scrubs how to play
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2. Health bars move a decent amount when splitting it. Although not everyone splits it because they dont pay attention.
3. Griefing is entirely possible.
4. Griefing will readily wipe you.
5. Thok one shots on phase 2 as far as I can tell.
6. It's going more smoothly than the second part.
if the chomp only does 155k like someone said, and there's no aoe interrupt, why didn't they just leave a target dummy in the room instead, it's kind of sad when blizzard knows the average LFR player is a brainless idiot and therefore removes every mechanic of the fight, must suck as a designer to spend all the time thinking up mechanics to put into fights and how they should be handled by players, then tune heroic normal and flex, then they get to LFR and go....lol lets just remove all these mechanics.
The only mechanical changes on lfr are thok switching phases at a fixed health percent.
After 4 wipes a bunch of "scrubs" were able to learn spoils. After 2 wipes they learned malarak. And they one-shotted thok.
This pisses people off because it just shows people who play the game 10 hours a week are capable of pressing the same buttons at the same time as people who play 10 hours a day.
The painful realization that absolutely nobody on earth looks up to "hardcore" gamers. Because there's essentially nothing hardcore about it.
Really enjoying how somehow still even though LFR offers them nothing, people are offended at it's existence. It's for casual players who can't or won't schedule their free time around a video game each week. You don't like it? Don't ... run it.
I joined a raid with a stack of determination for spoils. Thought whatever, we'll down it in 1-2 more pulls. By the time we had 5 stacks of determination and were dying to the enrage timer I decided that the raid wasn't going anywhere. I was the top DPS at 180k, followed by a warrior and rogue around 140k. Everyone else was sub 80k. More than half of the raid's DPS was below 60k. This is with a +25% damage bonus.
I am happy with LFR being easy for people that would otherwise not see that content. If you want a challenge, find a guild or learn to pug.
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My opinions: 5.0 was the golden age of content, the ability prune barely did anything, and 6.2 is actually an enjoyable timesink.
Man, they are really setting people up to afk in this new wing lol. I don't think blizzard understands, the easier the content, the more people that will afk.
Due to my play time being early morning, I can't get a normal guild. So LFR/Flex is my only option.
Getting a premade for LFR solves a lot of things (Openraid.us/eu).
Besides, LFR drops 528 when normals drop 553, a huge difference if you ask me.
Part of me is sad that they have to dumb down LFR to faceroll levels. Another part is happy that' it's not a frustrating wipefest like part 2 SoO LFR.
On the other hand, who cares? Flexi mode is where it's at!