Clearly we have a case of "you think you do, but you don’t" superiority issues. You don’t get to decide for others what their idea of fun is. Some enjoy things that you don’t, as much as it might come as a shock to you.
For the record, that quote I used is from the World of Warcraft Q&A panel when they had the audacity to assume that the millions of people that wanted WoW Classic in fact didn’t want it because they assumed, rather than being informed, which is what you’re doing.
What you can claim is that immunities are bad game design based on informed and factual information. What that information is, I will leave that up to you do deduce.
Congratulations, you’ve made a clear point. Immunities are a feature, old or otherwise. They bring variety to break up monster packs into different categories.
Some people find this fun, you just happen to not and are projecting your personal interests and agenda to try and force something on others because you refuse to accept differing opinions.
Sure. Maybe better to you, but not to others. Sadly, not very many people post here, so we can’t have a good idea of the amount of people for and against this update… but I promise you, there are many people that don’t like this - and on the other side of that token, a lot of people that love it.
Great, let it happen. I’m all for defeating stagnation, but don’t confuse your own agenda for fact over opinion.