The Great Raid Nerf of 4.2
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Ladies and gentlemen, our very way of life is under attack. From ruthless and heartless developers who feel that just because content is no longer in its prime, fallen behind the blazing trail of progression, and simply isn’t as relevant as the newer shiny toy that just got delivered, that we should simply open the flood gates and let any and all riff raff of the general gaming populous view said content.
They want us to believe that not everyone can afford the $12 dollar ticket to see the movie in the real theater and that if they wait long enough that they can see the same movie in some cheapo dollar theater over in some strip mall, and enjoy the same film at a fraction of the cost and effort! Well I am here to say, that’s not how it works in the real world, Blizzard!
Just because one model of car is one, two or even 20 years older, it does not mean you pay less to own it than you would a brand new model. No sir. Maybe in fairy land where things just manifest out of pixie dust, but not in the real world. In this world, no one has a free pass. And honestly Blizzard, I am shocked. Shocked, I say. This comes completely out of left field.
Why I was riding around on my level 40 epic mount thinking about how before this announcement, I thought you had integrity. That you believed in your product enough that you could leave the exclusive club that I originally fell in love with. Now you want to make sure that everybody, regardless of putting in the time and effort, to see the content that otherwise would probably go ignored in favor of random heroics.
I am flabbergasted, Blizz. I really am. So to finish this protest, I would like to turn this post over to the department chair of the raid boss psychology department at Zangarmarsh Community College – Professor Billy T. Ogre. Billy?