Darkrasp

Darkrasp's Blog 9/4/2017

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On 9/6/2017 at 6:24 PM, killerduki said:

The cherry picking comments are minority , if you read all of the comments, you will find out 70% of them got it within few kills.

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/Kind regards Killerduki

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Yeah and about 90% of the comments under Thunderfury got them their first run. Get real.

Anyways without including all the "cool kids" that got it their first try, if you take the comments that actually appear genuine and apply common sense then OBVIOUSLY there won't be people spending 4-6 hours getting the Sinew if most are getting it in a few kills. Yes 4-6 hours is probably super bad luck, but 10 kills is also super good luck, where is the balance? 1-2 hrs? Is that like 50 mobs? 2% drop rate? Kay then.

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On 9/9/2017 at 11:56 AM, killerduki said:

There is not "Autistic picking" through comments , because your logic goes against Darkrasp whose based knowledge was taken from Wrath of the Lich king and TBC comments.

I chose to agree with the most reliable comments who was older , majority 70% of them , upvoted with rating 1.1 and 4.1 (highest score) compare to other comments who had barely 1% rating or less and was minority.

When you create things, you want them to base according to Blizzlike , outside of that , the cherry picking and deciding 3% is modified and non blizzlike according to self believes denying the evidence .

Speaking out of memory , yes i also did personally this quest and it dropped on 1st kill , so this kind of Logic goes Titanic.

/Kind regards Killerduki

Considering the game got more casual in TBC and WotLK and quest items become easier to obtain over the spectrum as changes were implemented then you would be giving Darkrasp point a view a +1 if he is actually using comments from those games.

Regardless both are subjective, but the fact there were many people reporting it took them hours to get surely shows the drop rate was LOW. You can't make an argument on all the kiddies that say they got it their first try or the binding drop rate would be more like 80% instead of 3%.

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5 hours ago, TTL said:

Yeah and about 90% of the comments under Thunderfury got them their first run. Get real.

Anyways without including all the "cool kids" that got it their first try, if you take the comments that actually appear genuine and apply common sense then OBVIOUSLY there won't be people spending 4-6 hours getting the Sinew if most are getting it in a few kills. Yes 4-6 hours is probably super bad luck, but 10 kills is also super good luck, where is the balance? 1-2 hrs? Is that like 50 mobs? 2% drop rate? Kay then.

 

5 hours ago, TTL said:

Considering the game got more casual in TBC and WotLK and quest items become easier to obtain over the spectrum as changes were implemented then you would be giving Darkrasp point a view a +1 if he is actually using comments from those games.

Regardless both are subjective, but the fact there were many people reporting it took them hours to get surely shows the drop rate was LOW. You can't make an argument on all the kiddies that say they got it their first try or the binding drop rate would be more like 80% instead of 3%.

Speaking of common sense comments , compare to other comments :

"Bear in mind that the droprate you see here is not correct, as these gorillas get killed by people who don't have the quest , and hence , the gorillas will never the quest items for them".

This sound pretty much common sense for a post who have 4.4 Rating.

The next one to him with high 1.1 Rating says :

"I did this quest in less than 10 minutes , took about 10 kills"

This is again , common sense for me, especially for a post who is highly rated and voted.

70% of the comments in the same page says it dropped within few kills.

https://forum.elysium-project.org/topic/53446-darkrasps-blog-942017/?do=findComment&comment=434130

That is also too much common sense for me, rather than reading TBC/WoTLK comments.

"Yeah making things hard is cool , when everyone will indeed skip this quest like it never exist" , "it will make everyone life so easier" .

Speaking about making things harder is imo funny  and unblizlike at some parts of the implementations , for example as a quest , deliberate making droprate of a specific quest harder will cause people just to ignore the same quest and end of story , nobody felt nothing from your hardmore.

/Kind regards Killerduki

 

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