PROGRESS: EPEEN FTW - T20 - TOS experience
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  • Rekse 27 luglio 2017, 08:26 Rekse
    Messaggi: 4041

    Cyberbullo Héritage. Mostroita EU.

    Difatti vedo che ha pure tolto le tende velocemente (no)
  • Deinoforo 27 luglio 2017, 09:23 Deinoforo
    BattleTag: Deinoforo#2266
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    micio micio miao miao
    Metalline ha scritto:Si parla di un bel progetto per il prossimo tier... un progetto oscuro che nessuno conosce che mirerebbe alla top50...


    Creare una gilda ita da tifare che duri più di un tier?

  • Trollrazzariana 27 luglio 2017, 16:33 Trollrazzariana
    BattleTag: Jairash#2641
    Messaggi: 113

    Iscritto il: 06 giugno 2014, 13:43
    tahalrasha ha portato anche me nel mio primo raid a karazhan 10 0
  • Tahalrasha 27 luglio 2017, 20:21 Tahalrasha
    BattleTag: tahalrasha#2432
    Messaggi: 8

    Iscritto il: 24 novembre 2010, 09:17
    Trollrazzariana ha scritto:tahalrasha ha portato anche me nel mio primo raid a karazhan 10

    Oddio chi sei?

    Lagnometta ha scritto:Tahalrasha



    ehy! che si dice a Genova?
  • alessandromagno 27 luglio 2017, 21:28 alessandromagno
    Messaggi: 1

    Iscritto il: 01 ottobre 2014, 17:23
    In codesta espansione Skulldemon Ubuntu e Shubi han fatto saltare più gilde in aria di quante ne abbia fatte saltare Vallespluga in tutta la sua carriera 14
  • Lorgokz 27 luglio 2017, 21:54 Lorgokz
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    Carlomagno ci va pesante 12
  • Metalline 27 luglio 2017, 22:17 Metalline
    BattleTag: metalline#2691
    Messaggi: 3161

    Top40ita inside
    In realtà è tutta colpa di ubu 2
  • Ashkelon 27 luglio 2017, 22:49 Ashkelon
    BattleTag: Ashkeløn#2540
    Messaggi: 3465

    gago schiavo
    In realtà l unica che è veramente esplosa sono gli anc/Ue che è l unico caso in cui anche volendo non si sarebbero potuti salvare perché numericamente non potevano raidare 3
  • ElGrrimmjow 27 luglio 2017, 22:51 ElGrrimmjow
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    Iscritto il: 15 luglio 2014, 22:30
    Comodo come al solito nascondersi dietro un fake name per tirare frecciatine...
  • Nepenthes 27 luglio 2017, 22:54 Nepenthes
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    Iscritto il: 17 ottobre 2013, 14:22
  • Ubuntu 28 luglio 2017, 00:12 Ubuntu
    BattleTag: Ubuuntu#2102
    Messaggi: 131

    E' tutto falso, non so curare! Che posso dire? Scusate, mi spiace. Ho inventato tutto, è tutto falso: UBBUNDU è solo un personaggio.
    La primissima cosa che faccio saltare potrebbe essere il tuo account fake! :P
    Ti conviene rimetterti la parrucca da clown per nascondere le orecchie da coniglio! ;)

    Tra l'altro non ero più officer dei Surge nè lo sono nei Below Av. Loggavo solo per i raid e sloggavo, quindi hai toppato dinuovo capobanda!
  • ElGrrimmjow 28 luglio 2017, 00:20 ElGrrimmjow
    BattleTag: Grrimmjow#2536
    Messaggi: 167

    Iscritto il: 15 luglio 2014, 22:30
    Pls ti voglio bene, ma puoi mettere dei video meno raccapriccianti? ty
  • Nepenthes 28 luglio 2017, 00:52 Nepenthes
    Messaggi: 2680

    Iscritto il: 17 ottobre 2013, 14:22
    Nooo , avete tolto il mio video turbante! ;( ;( ;( 1
  • Gnàppy 28 luglio 2017, 01:24 Gnàppy
    Messaggi: 1296

    Nepenthes ha scritto:Nooo , avete tolto il mio video turbante! ;( ;( ;(

    @Nepenthes me lo mandi in privato plox
  • Nepenthes 28 luglio 2017, 03:46 Nepenthes
    Messaggi: 2680

    Iscritto il: 17 ottobre 2013, 14:22
    Questo si che è un video turbante:
  • R3wu0Redazione 28 luglio 2017, 10:23 R3wu0
    BattleTag: Xly#21584
    Messaggi: 1979

    "Whomsoever takes up this blade shall wield the power eternal. Just as the blade rends flesh, so must the power scar the spirit"
    Impressions and thoughts after ToS race from GM and RL of Exorsus guild
    Please be mindful that everything I’m writing below is my personal opinion. Sorry for typos and grammar, been writing this asap when I have some free time.

    I. Difficulty Curve:
    Designing Mythic difficulty bosses is not as easy as some of you probably think it is. You should make sure some casual guilds are able to do some meaningful progress, meanwhile top guilds are getting some challenging fights and not just ravaging through the raid within 1 day.
    As an example of good difficulty curve, we may look at Nighthold (since it’s something everyone remembers well, being the recent raid). 3 Entry level bosses with easy tuning, 4 bosses that required some strategies and took some time even for a very good guilds, 2 bosses for hardcore guilds and last boss with 5 days of progression on it.

    Now, let’s talk about difficulty curve in ToS:

    Goroth, Demonic Inquisition, Harjatan. This bosses ended up being almost the same story, entry level bosses. Only thing worth mentioning is the fact that Harjatan has been reworked quite a bit from PTR version (reducing his diffuclty).
    Sisters of the Moon. Moderate step up in difficulty. Overall pretty balanced, apart from some graphical issues, leading to fps drops. Seconds phase add spawn rate could be a bit less frequent (has been nerfed 1 or 2 weeks after).
    Desolate Host. I’m pretty sure almost every top guild expected this boss to be a brickwall. PTR versions (until latest ptr test) were really tough and guilds prepared quite a lot of ideas. But after all tuning was quite easy and this boss ended up being easier than Sisters of the Moon (pretty sure almost every guild used a strategy with perma-tanking melee adds, instead of killing them)
    Mistress Sassz’ine. This boss ended up being “Gorefiend 2.0”. Even right now 837 killed Desolate Host and Mistress is on 182 kills. Latest hotfix (Hydra Shot damage reduction + 30 sec stun if you’re getting 2 shots at the same time) to the boss made it even harder, because of this some guilds cannot kill it again. Initial strategy used 2-4 tanks (2 if both are Death Knights) to soak all the shots and immuning 6 second stuns (or just standing 6 seconds in stun, which is not a big deal for a tank), so your raid can focus on killing a boss instead of saving targets of Hydra Shot plus making healing requirement way easier.
    Maiden of Vigilance. Quite fun and entertaining boss, however her hp numbers were poorly tuned. You could actually kill this boss with 16-17 players in the raid within enrage timer. Quite strange she ended up being so undertuned, because from my PoV this encounter is quite easy for simulating raid damage and required health to be a challenge.
    Fallen Avatar. Apart from some obvious bugs (green+violet beam from the same matrix) and potential exploits (soaking beams with repair bots) encounter was quite fun and challenging. His initial hp numbers were quite high, leading to the problem that even with a lot of splitruns made by top guilds it could be still not enough to make it in time. It was fixed by 5% nerf to his hp. However that was not the main issue with this encounter. “Mathematically impossible” meme appeared due to his second phase, which was quite poorly tuned. Compared to heroic difficulty, his “Rupture realities” cast destroys way more sections of platform, however “Fel Infusion” stacking speed were the same, leading to 3 stacks on a boss per “Rupture realities” cast (it was theoretically possible to make 2 stacks with warrior / monk taunt, but even such method was inconsistent). In addition, “Fel Infusion” were giving 30% damage increase to “Sear” for eachstack. Overall, in his initial state raid is dead after second “Rupture realities”. Next hotfixes came up on Monday, meaning we’ve spent 4 days fighting a boss, which was totally impossible. They’ve reduces stack gaining speed (so every cast been granting him only 2 stacks) and their efficiency (from 30% to 20%). So overall damage increase per 1 cast reduced from 90% to 40%. This changes made this boss totally killable.
    Kil'jaeden. Boss received 3 waves of nerfs before actually being killable. Apart from nerfs, boss had some very serious bugs, leading to very slow progression. I’ve seen a lot of comments like “get good” or “you forgot what is challenge”. Of course I know that 80% of such posts is just trolling, however to make sure everyone understands what was happening - . Good luck dodging such things. This bug ruined ~8% of our pulls. Now talking about nerfs – we barely have seen boss pre-first nerf, which reduced Armageddon damage, however this nerf itself didn’t really helped a lot. Until 10th of July getting to second phase was really hard (best way was to avoid tanking mob and push the boss asap). Transition phase itself had crazy timings, leading to knockback at the same time as Armageddon. Not to mention “Focused Dreadflame” damage was around 30m, meaning even if you’re splitting it with 9 persons with 20% versatility it’s still ~ 3.5m damage to each person, which is ridiculous, unless you’re immuning it. However after the second batch of nerfs (Adds hp nerf, Focused Dreadflame damage halved , 2 less Armageddon zones, knockback distance reduced, timings on all phases tuned to be more realistic) we’ve started making some real progression on the fight. The last, but not least was damage on last phase from “Darkness of a Thousand Souls”, it has been nerfed by 40%, to make sure it’s possible to stay alive on last phase without bringing 6 healers.

    II. What’s went wrong with ToS?
    Facing some under/overtuned encounters is not new for the top guilds and it’s actually understandable – even with QA team you cannot simulate precise ilvl’s of the raids, when they will encounter this boss for first time. But ToS had 4 major issues:
    Hotfix implementation speed. Seeing top guilds being melted by damage on some bosses within 1-2 minutes of a pull should be good sign of “ok, something went wrong”. There’s nothing more demoralizing than getting a world first on some boss, taking advantage and totally losing it because there’s just “under construction” sign on a boss. Now imagine 4 days of progression is wasted on a boss, which is clearly in unpolished state without seeing any major changes. And after that imagine you’re finally finished with this boss after fixes (what a relief!), coming to the next FINAL boss and… It’s in the same state (if not worse). And you’re waiting again for days.
    Totally wrong numbers. As I’ve already said, it’s hard to make sure you’ve tuned everything so bosses are in a perfect state, however I cannot understand how you can tune damage of some abilities to numbers, which are totally just placeholders or brickwalls. X2 damage of a “Sear” after each “Rupture realities” cast, when you need to survive until fourth cast of it? 30m damage on “Focused Dreadflame” in mythic? How we are supposed to handle it? (remember that each one who’s splitting the damage is getting 800k more damage) 800k DoT ticks on entire raid on the last phase from the start? You shouldn’t be an Oxford graduate to realize this numbers are wrong, unless we’re back to 25 man raiding.
    Immunity stacking. Half of ToS encounters are way easier if you stack immunity classes (some of them are not even possible before some nerfs without such stacking). Soaking different zones, removing debuffs from you, ignoring some abilities. That’s something that has been a thing all the time, however in ToS it’s just came up to a new level, which is a very bad practice. Why such issues came up this time? I have no idea to be honest.
    Nerfs right after kills. While I agree that Mythic Kil'jaeden difficulty was an overkill, nerfing it right after 2 top guilds kills is a very strange decision. Both of this guilds spent a lot of time for figuring out how to kill it and reporting bugs / moments that should be tuned to make this encounter possible. Some of the nerfs after kill were acceptable (for example hp nerf to compensate class nerfs), Armageddon change from 8 small zones to 6 is strange (since if developers thought 8 of them is too complex, why would they kept it that way, intentionally increasing quantity of failed pulls for top guilds), but the MAIN questions are coming from Demonic Obelisks hotfix. Before this change that was the most interesting part of the fight, where you should assign your players to find a safespot for a raid (and for 5th spawn you actually had 1 safespot on an ENTIRE platform). Now this part of the fight is just a joke. For example for our guild boss took 2 tries to make a seconds kill, even with 3 new people in the raid.
    Talking about “why are you blaming Blizzard”, “stop your harsh comments” etc posts, I’m not writing all of this to blame, I really hope such info can help them to avoid making same mistakes twice, and I’m pretty polite, from my point of view. As a dedicated fan of a game I’m only interested in WoW PvE raiding scene to become more and more popular and attractive.
    Funny moment, there’s a quote of one of the current Blizzard employees about some issues in Everquest (very old MMORPG game), I'm not gonna post full quote here, since it consists of mature language, but in case you're curious you can easily find it.
    So, I’m pretty sure just pointing out at some issues is not the same as asking for “not wasting my time and sending me an e-mail when...”.

    III. Some hardcore raiding mythbusting
    I’ve encountered a lot of messages, involving “myths” about hardcore raiding, so i guess it’s a good time to describe why they’re wrong. (for some people this part could be quite obvious or not interesting, so feel free to skip it)
    “Top guilds already killed all bosses on PTR”. Quite popular one, I admit. In fact every PTR test of a boss lasts ~ 2 hours, servers are not quite stable and ping is far from ideal (at least for us it’s 200-300ms). Main purpose of a PTR test for top guilds is to check abilities and find out which classes are the best for encounters, rather than simply to kill the boss asap and write in twitter “world 1st Harjatan PTR Mythic down”. Last boss is something we’re not seeing on PTR at all (not sure if it’s a good idea), but even for pre-last bosses we’re not able to test all the phases of it due to very limited timeframe + scaling / server stability etc.
    “Top guilds are playing every day, no real life etc”. That’s completely not true. Even in Legion (which is a very grindy expansion, compared even to MoP), we’re not wasting more than 3 evenings during farm, usually even 2, meanwhile some guilds are still progressing in mythic for 3-4 days “casually” for months. Main time consumption is heroic week splitruns (the worst thing about mythic raiding, since it’s super boring and monotonous) and progression itself (2-3 weeks of 7/7 raiding for 13 hours a day).
    “Back in the days progression took 2 months and now they’re whining after x days of progression on a boss/raid overall”. You all should realize you can’t compare current situation with those old days, every top guild is running 6-7 splitruns and trying to gear up everyone to best possible gear asap, creating special addons for the bosses and wasting some enormous amount of time per day, which all were not a thing before. Fun thing is If we’re talking about Fallen Avatar, for example, average raid ilvl for top 2 kills were 929-930, with FA itself dropping 930 ilvl items (yes, it’s a bit inaccurate due to 2 legendaries and weapon, but still). So for example 1 more reset of a Mythic reclear will not increase your dps dramatically (unless you’re super lucky for titanforged relics), since you’ve got almost all necessary items in heroic splits / previous mythic clears.

    IV. Thoughts on current Mythic raiding issues/WoW issues in general
    Once again, it’s just my opinion on some things:
    Lockout system. Making you only eligible for loot once per week on all difficulties can solve a lot of issues. Yeah, it will not save you from heroic week splitruns, but at least we will not be forced to do another wave of splitruns next week (and 3rd week, if needed…), which forces developers to tune encounters harder. It will solve one more issue – currently you’re sort of forced to continue to clear heroic raids even if you’re done with progression, since it can still provide you with a better loot that mythic (which is a terrible design, tbh).
    Warforged/Titanforged items. Currently this system is just terrible. Titanforged ilvl bonus should be capped, otherwise it’s just leading to some very strange situations. Heroic-only raider geared up better than mythic raider? No problem. Farming Emerald Nightmare for getting BiS Titanforged trinket for T21 progression? Why not. Such things should not exist. Heroic difficulty items should NEVER be higher than Mythic items, otherwise there’s no incentive to run it. Implementing 15 ilvl cap for Titanforged items should solve a lot of issues and make everyone happier.
    Legendary upgrade system. I have no idea why this system exists at all. Why I should feel myself punished for having all the legendaries for all the specs? Why should I farm rated arena and RBG to maximize quantity of legendaries I can upgrade? Why cannot we get a “free” upgrade when patch is live, without additional grind system (Legion has enough of them already)
    Tuning encounters for immunity classes. Lately a lot of abilities are being tuned for different immunes / damage reductions and similar mechanics, which are limiting classes we may bring to encounters. As an example – Mythic Kil'jaeden has 2 tanking Armageddon zones, however one of your tanks always has Fel Claws debuff, which increases your physical damage taken by 250%. So you’re forced to soak 30m phys damage Armageddon zone with someone, who can immune it (hunter/mage/paladin). And there’re plenty of other examples, especially in ToS (Dark Mark, Armageddon, Focused Dreadflame, Burning Sphere, Touch of Sargeras, Unstable Soul, Rain of Brimstone, Lunar Beacon)
    Implementing Balance changes in (7.X.5) patches right before new raid tier. Changing classes right before the raid is a awful decision. And it’s not only hardcore players issue. Let’s imagine I’m a casual player enjoying my class, looking forward playing it in a new raid. I know that i’m well aware of how to play my class, which legendaries, rotation and everything else I need to use. And suddenly, 2-3 weeks before a new raid my class is changed. What if I’m not a fan of them, there’s no time to reroll and for some people not enough time to adapt to all the changes. For the top guilds it’s not an issue, however because of that developers are getting new “balance and tuning” info too late, meaning some classes are staying too good for progression (hello Arms warriors), meanwhile other classes are just benched (Ret paladins, Frost DK etc).

    V. Conclusion
    I hope at least some of this information been useful / interesting for you. Talking about “Why you’re not writing about your own progress or why you’ve lost this race” – there’s nothing really interesting about it. We’ve played worse, prepared worse so that’s what you get in result. Ofc there were some troubles for us in this tier, but I’m pretty sure every guild is facing more or less of them each tier, so it’s not a reason or excuse.

    Fonte: Reddit
  • MagnoCarlo 28 luglio 2017, 14:02 MagnoCarlo
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  • Deinoforo 28 luglio 2017, 21:03 Deinoforo
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    micio micio miao miao
    come chi? su wowarmory trovi tutto del mio pg rofl rofl rofl 3
  • Lagnometta 29 luglio 2017, 07:38 Lagnometta
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    Iscritto il: 22 luglio 2010, 22:41
    Tahalrasha ha scritto:Oddio chi sei?

    ehy! che si dice a Genova?


    Tutto bene qua :D Ma il primo raid a Karazhan 10 non eravamo nei Lemmings :V
  • Jamsus 31 luglio 2017, 08:37 Jamsus
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    Iscritto il: 29 aprile 2011, 19:25
    Fonte: Reddit


    Bel punto di vista, e anche ben espresso
  • R3wu0Redazione 31 luglio 2017, 08:55 R3wu0
    BattleTag: Xly#21584
    Messaggi: 1979

    "Whomsoever takes up this blade shall wield the power eternal. Just as the blade rends flesh, so must the power scar the spirit"
    @Jamsus diciamo che un commento simile da parte di una delle prime Gilde a livello mondiale fa riflettere e fornisce una buona prospettiva per chi magari quel tipo di contenuto non lo ha mai affrontato. Prospettive e riflessioni su cui si può non essere d'accordo ma comunque valide. Sarebbe da capire se queste riflessioni vengano condivise da altre realtà all'interno del progress mondiale oppure no 0
  • Rekse 31 luglio 2017, 09:18 Rekse
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    Cyberbullo Héritage. Mostroita EU.
    Sono condivise da chiunque conosca il gioco e abbia un cervello semi-funzionante, quantomeno relazionandosi a questo ambito di gaming. Non occorreva certo che le scrivesse uno degli Exorsus quando grossomodo già in questo anfratto di desolazione italiana lo stavamo ripetendo da mesi. 4
  • Jamsus 31 luglio 2017, 09:31 Jamsus
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    Iscritto il: 29 aprile 2011, 19:25
    Rekse ha scritto:Sono condivise da chiunque conosca il gioco e abbia un cervello semi-funzionante, quantomeno relazionandosi a questo ambito di gaming. Non occorreva certo che le scrivesse uno degli Exorsus quando grossomodo già in questo anfratto di desolazione italiana lo stavamo ripetendo da mesi.

    @Rekse sì però ha sfruttato bene la visibilità\popolarità della persona-gilda in questione e comunque ha espresso il tutto in maniera corretta, rimane da apprezzare a mio avviso, no?
  • Metalline 31 luglio 2017, 10:09 Metalline
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    Top40ita inside

    Certo detto dopo che è stato umiliato dai Method e non dopo aver fatto la FK a Nighthold sa un pò di rodimento di culo...

    Invece noi in Italia che toppiamo solo la Molisana lo diciamo da mesi
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