“Don’t fight a battle if you don’t gain anything by winning.”
The new raid looks good. I like the atmosphere and the idea of the abandoned Titan facility. It is the “uld” prefix, right? Changes have been made since Fatboss posted its guide and that is all good and fine. We downed the first two bosses on Normal. That felt about right to me.
I’d forgotten how rambunctious and rowdy this raid team can be. Definitely a family and friends group, we spent at least half-an-hour talking and saying hello and how-are-you. Personally, I see little need for buff foods or flasks; the fights are mechanic driven (fun stuff) and not too much about power.
The new Warfront proves to be a blessing in war resources. These were much needed. Being able to fly was a release and a relief. I got two mounts and one pet and one toy. The rares reset must be either weekly or dependent on the flip between horde and alliance. Rare hunting (star hunting on the mini-map) is pretty fun with lots of players doing it.
Everyone in my guild thinks that Alts can not go over to the Warfront because they could not. Now that it is fixed, I wish I could spread the word better.
I know Ion promised us that as we got higher ilevels that mobs would feel easier but I don’t see it at all. Questing still seems like tedium killing and waiting to finish off a mob. My last zone is Stormsong and I’m enjoying the story and scenery but very glad that raiding and warfronts have shown up for some variety.
At 9am this morning, players in my guild were forming a mythic plus run of Freehold. It is way too early! I prefer the idea of dungeons and raids to be at night time. Day light calls to me to get out of this apartment!