I can understand why people that farm instances are upset, but, I cannot imagine ever hitting the instance cap via normal gameplay. The hourly cap of 5 per hour, sure, everyone has had that problem before. But 30/day? That’s pretty intense. I’ve seen people say they are planning on quitting because they can’t help their friends anymore? Wow! You must be an amazing friend to run someone through THIRTY dungeons daily… I don’t see it happening? Is this really a thing?
Even people that farm dungeons for gear, do you really make THIRTY attempts a day? Don’t you burn out and do something else? I am not trying to diminish what people are saying, but trying to actually understand if its actually a problem or just a hyperbolic thing. People don’t like being limited even if they actually aren’t really that limited?
I mean at 5 instances an hour you would have to grind instances for 6 hours straight to reach your 30/day cap. Who is doing this?! And normally it would take far longer than 6 hours to do 30 instances… I just can’t see who is actually blocked from playing the game by this change except people that farm gold, and I honestly think they can still farm a LOT of gold daily.
Thank you for reading. Have a nice day and a fun time in Azeroth.