Paying for rehashed content felt pretty fucking bad. Especially since it was the first raid after falling money for the Xpac. Along with also the argent tourney had the classic wow gold
absolutely worst dailies ever and a"raid" which you sat in 1 shitty appearing dirt floored space for 90% of it. Before falling into a pit and fighting with a (edit) rehashed lvl 74 dungeon boss again...I think having Naxx was fine. However, it being the first thing that you encounter was only kinda meh timing. Ulduar was the best raid Blizzard ever produced and it was quickly made insignificant from the worst raid Blizzard ever made. It is mind boggling.
It felt weird to cancel my sub right after having the most enjoyable in the game I've ever had. Blizzard said they left the Argent tourney raid since Ulduar took a lot of man hours and dollars (it truly was epic, therefore many bosses, so many chambers, virtually every battle designed well)... like, a stunt worthy of a multi billion dollar company.The fact that this gigantic company turned about and said, hey, which was too expensive of a raid to us to make, here's something we made from begin to finish in two weeks, that was really disrespectful to the participant base and it isn't any wonder sub numbers went down soon after.
I felt like that raid was the first time this mindset shift at Blizzard was visible.Apparently when you're earning 150 million USD per month out of subs a couple of developers is"overly expensive"activision started ruining WoW the moment they purchased them.
I remember the reasoning for it buy wow classic gold
not being cost but since ICC was not finished and rather than 4 or 5 months of ulduar they put together an in-between raid to give players something to do while they finished ICC.Uldir, dragon soul, and also nyalotha would like to have a word with you about worst raid. Also valanyr was BiS for healers for the rest of the expac.Algalon to this day is still my favorite battle ever. Everything about it, the room, algalons version, the difficulty of the struggle.