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Where do you stand on "It's my money, I should get to see all the content"?

#1Muffins_RoolPosted 3/15/2013 1:52:36 PM
I agree, as long as LFR counts as seeing content.
#2Ness0123456789Posted 3/15/2013 1:58:52 PM
People pay $15 a month, they should be entitled to see some form of the content, even if it is Easy Mode LFR. It's as simple as that.
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#3KrozardPosted 3/15/2013 2:07:09 PM
LFR: Easy, there for everyone to experience. Should count as "seeing the content"

Normal: Not too hard, requires basic understanding of mechanics. Should be doable by most who want to.

Heroic: Hard. There for people who want a challenge, and who are competitive, trying to push ahead of everyone else. NOT everyone should be able to do these.

Heroic-only Bosses: I'm generally in favor of these even though I've never downed one while they were relevant (just a lot of wipes)
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#4BobTDonutPosted 3/15/2013 2:09:24 PM
$15 a month gives you access to the content, not a guarantee to complete the content.
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#5Darom SunyataPosted 3/15/2013 2:27:02 PM
I stand on whatever isn't the "hardcore uber alles" side.
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#6CGoblinsPosted 3/15/2013 3:41:48 PM
It never bothered me having raids I couldn't see during that expansion. This is coming from a guy that likes to level more than anything...

What bothers me is that even if I wanted to see it I'd have to play a lot more of the game to do so. There is too much of an investment of time in this game for some of the content.

I think the only difference between most good players and most bad players is time investment. I agree that there is a great player that is a good player with time to invest, but is also good at the game, however.

So I think that Blizzard should focus on eliminating the differences between the good and bad players and not the great and bad players if that makes sense.

They should keep difficult content, but it should be difficult skill wise and not difficult gear farming wise.
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#7redundanciesPosted 3/15/2013 4:40:39 PM
I think LFR does count as seeing the content and I agree with the topic quote.
#8tote_allPosted 3/15/2013 4:46:34 PM
My stand:

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#9BobTDonutPosted 3/15/2013 4:53:04 PM
From: CGoblins | #006
It never bothered me having raids I couldn't see during that expansion. This is coming from a guy that likes to level more than anything...

What bothers me is that even if I wanted to see it I'd have to play a lot more of the game to do so. There is too much of an investment of time in this game for some of the content.


I've seen every single boss in heroic during their current expac since ICC (minus LK and 4 this tier) and I raid a total of 2 nights a week for 8 hours. Time is never an excuse.
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#10ChocoboMog123Posted 3/15/2013 4:56:26 PM
LFR, for some people is essentially a "story mode". You have part of the MMO experience, without actually working for it. Imagine if MGS (before it became a movie) just gave you a free pass if you died three times in a row, it wouldn't ruin the enjoyment for many people (even the ones that won't die), but that such a feature exists would detract from the point of the game - which is the game itself.
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