A lot of these sound like a continuation of April fools patch notes.
"Snapping isn't something that should happen. Hard to fix in the near future, but they may fix it still during BFA." I think the next avengers movie will take care of this issue
I just want to run some dungeons and get rewards while I chill. I love watching the MDI, but I have no aspirations of doing esports or tryharding +20s. Can we relax a bit on the difficulty of dungeons? My interrupt is on Cooldown all the time and I am constantly running to avoid void zones on the ground.
so lemme get this straight gonna lower the weekly loot from 410 to 405 to make a very small percentage of the player base feel better? even the few who do mythic raid like that 410 piece its something to work towards each week for the small hop of getting an upgrade. great job blizz on alienating even more of your casual base arent your sub numbers bad enough already?
No they're saying the cache caps at 410, which is 5 lower than mythic raid drops, because raid loot should feel better
Wow, still no changes to feral druid? How about fixing getting the same item at the same ilvl in your chest 3 weeks in a row?
Are you #$%^ing kidding me? No new m+ dungeons until 8.3?There goes my hype for 8.2,...
On the one hand, I think reaping is a ton of fun. On the other hand, I do get where they're coming from with the difficulty. It feels like the only time reaping is significant (assuming a group that doesn't just stand in everything, and a healer who knows how to dispel) is when you get a big fat caster wave that collectively decides to target one person and melt them in a second or two. Lost souls especially feel surprisingly easy for something that's supposed to be a lieutenant/mini-boss mob, they're kinda just big blocks of health outside of areas (*cough*TD stairways*endcough*) where the smash blends into the floor.All in all, I hope they don't regret reaping too much. I feel like if they just tuned it up a bit it would be fine, and I really hope they don't decide "no wait, infested was what we wanted out of a +10 affix all along."