Best content creators <3
Can plz wowhead introduce new content creators, i really dont like this guys...
never understood why people get so upset everytime these guys are mentionedidk probably because they sometimes say positive things about the game
Awesome video!Honestly, for me? I 100% get it. I want to be different, based on my covenant choice, than the others of my class/spec. Different strengths and weaknesses. If we can swap at the click of a button, we're just the same again. Bleh.The abilities are not balanced, but I'm optimistic that they can be -close-.
Haven't been able to watch the video but judging by the synopsis, I agree. When they announced the release date of the expansion my first reaction was surprise and pleasure at it being so soon quickly followed by concern because having played through the beta it feels like they might be better off waiting til the end of November to release it.Even aside from the issues with covenants and progressions, the Maw just plain sucks, there are broken quest chains that haven't been fixed in multiple builds, the permanent flight path wormhole effect is still an issue and pretty much everything feels overtuned to the point I've only been able to play through the covenant campaigns as efficiently as I did by buying and upgrading a full set of PvP gear for free.
They are fun to watch, very clever and witty in the way they present/recap things going on.As stated above if you don't like something simply don't watch.Just because a minority of people don't like these two, doesn't mean they speak for the majority of the population......hmm, I feel like we are having the same problem somewhere else, I just can't put my finger on it🤔😋
When I watched the Shadowlands annoucement and saw that the level cap was being squished to 60, and Covenants were being sold as a meaningful player choice, I immediately thought "ah, so it'll be like starting WoW all over again and picking my class for the first time". There have been times certain classes have reigned supreme at AoE and been average at single target, and vice versa. There have been times classes have been prefered in PvP but seen as off-meta in PvE. When that happens people who play at a high level reroll, or play an alt. It used to be called "Fotm" (Flavour of the month). At no point have I ever seen anyone say "hey, bladestorm is OP this patch and as a Paladin I feel I should also be able to have that ability if I want it". You just accept that your Paladin doesn't have Bladestorm and you go on about your day, or you reroll, or play an alt.I mean when you first created your Character you could have been aware that RMP was the go 3s Comp and you wanted to be the best Rogue, Mage or Priest and you picked one of those, or you could have said hey Ret Paladin seems really cool and Molten Core is the current raid that drops a Legendary mace, think I'll play Ret (and today you would be a meme)We all made choices, it has gotten easier to change those choices over the years and Blizzard got shamed and flamed for catering to casuals, now people are doing the same for not caving in on their decision. /shrug
I think Tali is missing an important point, you dont need to be optimal to do any content past world first/high m+ because blizzard never uses such high levels of difficulty and that includes mythic.Here's an example.Let's say we build a sim for specifically wrathion and your spec, we mean to the gcd in level of details, that sim will take your class and achieve optimal useage of every single gcd as well as using the most optimal build. (You can argue build might change slightly depending on the time you get targeted by the mechanic but that variation is small and this is just an example)That sim is a robot and perfected the pve encounter therefore it was 100% optimal and performance both build and mechanically wise.A player might copy that build but due to imperfections mechanically will reach let's say 93% optimality and performance.A decent player not having the perfect build but knows how to play their class and encounter will reach let's say 78% optimality and performance.A bad players with the best build might only reach 60% optimality, you could say without that build he might do 56% optimality but the problem is clearly mechanical.Here's the thing, mythic would require all 20 players on average have 75% optimality and performance, heroic being 60% and normal being 40% required, as long as your players are decent an average at around 75% impartiality they are more than fineAnd every single week that passes means more geared players which means the requirements are dropping, so even if mythic on the first week would require 95% optimality, every single week of further geardrops it by 2%The moment you understand this, it is the moment you realize you dont need to be optimal for all content to do raids or m+ like some pretend "Oh i cant do m+ now cuz I am not 100% optimal in m+" unless we pretend all those complaining are doing m30s rn.
Hello Wowhead! I normally get my news while at work, so I can't actually play most videos. Is there a place I can read a transcript of this? Thanks!