Its about time.
Its about time.
Thank you for coming to the rescue!
Looking forward to increased loot drops, a vendor, or a way to lock out loot from the table which we already have (in M+).
Nice to see this change being implemented. Thanks, Blizzard!
From the available stats people have posted on the forums there has been a drop in subs. Might be bc end of patch but I’ve also seen and heard people being really disappointed by loot rn. Seems like Blizz is taking feedback before 9.1 and with 9.05 so honestly, I’m happy so far.
Feel like this is always the case when it happens and they get a fire lit under their butt to act on it. Or just them working out #'s on what is the best action. They like their statistics and 33 it seems.
Nice ! thank you !
there it is guys… now find something new to complain about nubs
Looking forward to the next thing everyone decides to get pissed about!
Oh I will, by the very maw itself, I will.
yea happens right about the time when people say this wont end well and right after subs drop.
So I guess the world bosses still have no loot for anyone.
Great news, but I’m just curious – a few days ago Watcher said “the static nature of raid loot tables complicates mid-tier solutions.” You seem to just be turning the knob back up – doesn’t seem like a very complicated solution. Maybe next time a little less vague lawyer-speak
A welcome change. Maybe I will try raiding again. Haven’t been in Castle Nathria at all since clearing it on normal the first week it came out. If this change hadn’t gone through I probably wouldn’t have touched the raid at all aside from doing LFR Sire for the pet. Very, very disappointed with SL so far. I hope these changes move us in the right direction but unfortunately rn I see them as more of a bandaid than anything. Hopefully 9.1 will change things and actually make this feel like a proper expansion rather than one rushed before it was ready.
Or we could’ve just never nerfed it in the first place.
The current ecosystem of raiding requires delicate and earnest management lest we see an influx of imbalance. After thoroughly looking through the data and comparing current analytics with previously reported values, we can determine, with a satisfactory degree of accuracy, that loot distribution is indeed something that requires adjustment depending on the above variables of the situation mentioned.
Greats news. Thanks for the info.
It’s not even lawyer-speak. I am a lawyer and I still don’t understand half of what he talks about. It’s either intentional or he simply can’t do public speaking properly.
its a good start…but i think 5 drops should be good.