Thanks for the information :)
Forgot to run it last night. I'll try to give it a go tonight.How many mechanics do you think we can ignore in LFR? :)
is Margok not in this wing?
Gonna make sure to do this, but it's still weird that Margok has his own wing...o.0
Margok is in early January for LFR.
Seems that for WoD they really turned LFR into what they originally intended for it, a way for people to experience the raid instance. Gone is the horrible LFR experience of MoP where'd you spend hours wiping on bosses because people couldn't follow basic strategy, constant $%^&*ing and complaining in chat, people being AFK for 90% of the run, etc.LFR only takes between 15-30 minutes depending on the wing, and is a quick and painless experience. You get to see the raid instance and experience the boss fights and their mechanics, without having to actually deal with them as they pose no threat at all and deal negligible damage in most cases. Since everything is so smooth and easy, there's also no need for people to start insulting and blaming others which was a horribly attribute of MoP's LFR.While I've only done both wings once, it does feel like LFR is a great way for non-raiders to experience the raid environment.
Correct compared to previous expansions LFR's there is no wipe fest. You can ignore all fight mechanics and still have zero wipes and finish in under 30 mins. The plus side is that people new to raiding like people with the free 90's that have never raided before get to experience raiding and learn how to use there character. The downside compared to the previous expansion LFR's is that the experience gap between LFR and Normal raids is now greatly increased. So people wanting to move into Normal raiding will have a big learning curve which most raid leaders will just kick especially if you use the LFG option to find your normal or heroic raid.Most people that are serious about raiding will watch the videos before hand but the past few normal and heroic raids have had alot of people fresh from LFR wiping the group during Kargath.
Well, let's agree to dis-agree then. I didn't find LFR in MoP horrible. I rather enjoyed it. LFR in WoD seems much too easy.
I'm totally feel weird that they make Margok is a wing itself and also they delay it for another week. I mean 2 weeks after wing 2 release. Consider how super nerf and easy they make the first 6 bosses , I don't think Margok is that much of a different. Well he do have many phases and all but I bet we can just health through everything ( blow out every single mine, withstand like 20 stacks of debuff,...).
Any advice on what I should do when my LFR group killed a boss and gave out ZERO loot to the entire raid? Was on Ko'ragh
I don't know, I kind of miss the days of laughing as half the raid died in the first two seconds of Durumu's maze.
Well did it last night. Not quite as easy as wing 1, but it's still easy with ignoring nearly all the mechanics.
Gug'rokk (Final Boss) in Bloodmaul Slag Mines is also wearing the Red Hat this year!
I totally disagree. They had it right with the LFR in MoP. What we have now is far too easy and does not prepare anyone in any way for even the Normal difficulty. I have not seen a single wipe on a boss yet and that, in my book, is too easy. On the other hand, I go into a pug Normal and every single time, the group gets stuck and quits on Butcher, the second boss. The jump in difficulty is far too severe. As I said, in MoP they had it right. This LFR is no fun at all.