The Twitch Streamer Mongol speaks about the Maiden In world of Warcraft and why he has fun anymore. The incentive is missing.
Although Raids belongs to the best content in World of Warcraft, this content is often only experienced by a fraction of the player s shot. After all, one needs time for active raids and a reliable group unless you dare to be dared to the LFR, but that is hardly necessary.
But not all liked the RAIDS — so the Twitch Streamer Mongol, who now finds quite drastic words for the Maiden in World of Warcraft.
Who speaks? Mongol was a delighted WoW player for many years and the largest streamer at the game ever, but has become more and more distanced in recent months. Meanwhile, he plays other MMOs such as Final Fantasy XIV or New World. However, he talks again and again about World of Warcraft, when asking questions in the chat or publish the developers something new.
What did AMMONOID said? In the meantime, Mongol shows the Maiden denominated right. He prepares the idea to return to Maiden, no joy. Because he now breaks down this content on a few words:
Raid is still fun? I would not agree that, Maiden does not have fun at all. Maiden is mostly just waiting for the stupidest player in the group [the boss] understands, while at the same time pay attention to do not mistake yourself.
An experience that probably already made many players. After all, bosses in the harder versions of the Raids (heroic and mythical) are often created so that a single death in a group of 10 players can already lead to the fight that the fight can no longer be completed successfully.
But there is a second twitch clip in which AMMONOID explains that over the years, he has just lost his joy of the Maiden:
Anthem: I would be much more looking forward to raids when there is a goal. Because what is the goal of the Maiden? The goal of the Maiden is to just finish the RAID, and then you do not get anything. It does not really help you and if the [next] patch comes out, everything will be replaced. All the work you have put in is quasi deleted.
There was a major stuff for me in Burning Crusade or Classic Wow. I wanted Maiden and the crazy was that I wanted to visit Panoramas to have equipment for Burning Crusade.
A few people realize that Mongol contradicts a little. Because Maiden as preparation for the upcoming patch is basically the same as Maiden for the next add-on.
For many players, RAIDS, however, are a self-purpose — a game content that is just fun, even if the preserved items are re-useless and replaced after a while. Many simply enjoy the challenges of boss fights or joint work at a destination.
Does your Mongol s opinion on Maiden? Or have you fun at the raid?
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