>legion finally released (after numerous delays)
>introduction quest starts at garrison
>travel to stormwind and talk to khadgar
>"hero, you are the mightiest champion of all time, take this holy artifact and be the one who drives off the burning legion once and for all"
>he gives me the ashbringer
>i'm hyped already
>a paladin passes me
>he has the ashbringer too
>i scratch my head in confusion
>see a warrior with an ashbringer
>see a rogue dual wielding ashbringers
>see a mage conjuring ashbringers
>see a shaman sticking ashbringers into the ground and using them as totems
>see a warlock summoning a dreadguard holding an ashbringer
>see a death knight riding past me with a frozen ashbringer on his back
>"LFM HELLFIRE TEMPLE, LINK ASHBRINGER FOR INVITE"
Official spec/artifact tiers
>easily recognizable tier
Ret Paladins and Enhancement Shamans
>recognizable if your familiar with the story tier
Frost dk's, Fire Mages, and Balance Druids
>shit they pulled from their ass tier
>implying this isnt the real ashbringer and all you other ashbringers are just imitating
I kind of agree but it's kind of a failure on both ends. Now that they are doing it, some classes are getting shafted. I feel nothing for any of the warrior weapons for instance. Id take the pally shield over the warrior one
no, since you need to fucking do the facebook game and waste days waiting around to even have a chance at gearing up (unless you know people in high level raiding guilds that dont mind boost you as soon as you hit 100).
I never truly understood this. Players have been getting legendary and lore-packed weapons since Vanilla days.
Or did you genuinely believe that Ashkandi you held was the only one? Or Sulfuras, Tarecgosa, etc.
And if the complaint is "I don't want to use them", remember transmogrification is a thing.
>Players have been getting legendary and lore-packed weapons since Vanilla days.
0.0001% of players, maybe. They're legendary for a reason. If they're a welfare epic from a quest then it's hardly a legendary weapon, is it? It's just orange.
No, modern WoW has no sense of community, which is pretty much the only thing the game had going for it and there are many much better single-player RPGs to play. The only people still playing are habit/nostalgiafags and newbies who don't know any better and have no discernment on what makes a good game.
And the one you rip from Ragnaros' cold dead body?
0.0001% in Naxx, sure, but that didn't mean they weren't any less available. Lore-packed weapons have dropped, are dropping, and will drop. Especially now when you can simply go back and farm old content for something like Gorehowl.
The first version, the first Ashbringer or whatever artifact your class will get at 100, I'm sure will be very popular and welfare-status, but I'm pretty sure they're planning on making custom/special skins for the top-tier raiders and pvpers.