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Last edited by thunderdragon2; 2014-03-03 at 04:13 PM.
The MMO-C devs really need to get on their arses and start working, because according to all these threads about exactly the same topic every single day, the search box is horribly broken.
Also concerning doing old content, especially more recent old content. Blizzard has said they will be making adjustments to old raids to allow for soloing of content by top levels
Last edited by Tenjen; 2014-03-04 at 12:01 PM.
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sounds great. atleast lower levels will be able to survive a bit against higher levels and higher level chars will have to twist hte blade a bit more to kill them.
Now, I understand if people haven't read or seen that information, because not everyone reads the news on MMO-Champion regularly (or at all), but that certainly isn't for lack of of effort on Blizzard's part.
They stated this like a hundred times... No it won't change a thing performance-wise.
I've seen them say our relative power will remain the same, and that if necessary they'll institute zone buffs, but that's it. If there's something I've missed, I'd be glad to see it.
Don't get me wrong -- at level 100, even when weaker we'll steamroll Vanilla content ... and I do believe if they feel it necessary they'll instill some sort of player buff when engaging older content, to the point where I do believe we'll actually come out relatively stronger ... but, again, I just don't recall them having posted details. How big is the buff, and does it adjust by how old the content is ? Would the buff only be in instances ? Is it a buff on us, or debuff on the mobs ? If the buff applies when we're in an old, but un-instanced zone ... what about world pvp in those zones -- if the players are buffed, is only applicable against mobs, and if it's against enemies is it, again, only against mobs ? Say you're fighting next to zone boundaries, would the buff adjust if you cross that zone border ?
I recall seeing plans, but no details. I don't think it's all that far out there to be concerned that they won't be able to live up to their plans. I mean, it's only been within the past week or so that they've told us that Amp and Cleave are off the table as secondaries, after us thinking for months they were going to happen. I think it's very fair to be concerned (although, yes, this is predicated upon the idea I haven't missed them sharing these details)
Makes sense that everything is being squished no sense in leaving old content harder than new