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Poster: Beerbelly at 8/11/2006 10:11:21 PM PDT
Subject: Benediction is busted
   Whichever designer decided to force priests to grind elite mobs for a .7% Eye of Shadow drop is being extremely unfair. Statistically, it should drop in the first few hundred kills.

However, I've killed between eight hundred and one thousand of these level 60 elite mobs with 4-10 people in my group at a time over the course of 14 hours playtime.

The game is supposed to be fun; this is just punishment.

Frustrated and losing several days of my free time, I cancelled my subscription today, not that Blizzard cares considering there are supposedly over six million subscribers.

I understand that drops are random, and you could get this in the first drop, but the staff is practically a requirement for high level priests, and requiring high level priests to grind their brains out is cruel and bad game design in my opinion.

Anyway, I don't really want any reply because there's nothing to be said, I just wanted to write my bad experience down.

Poster: Pavonum at 8/12/2006 12:16:29 AM PDT
Subject: Re: Benediction is busted
   I'm sorry to hear of the frustration you've been caused by your efforts to acquire an Eye of Shadow, Beerbelly, but I'm afraid that the Game Master Department -- as other players have noted -- has no involvement whatsoever in the design or development aspects of World of Warcraft, and thus this forum is not the proper avenue through which such concerns should be expressed. If you believe that the droprate of this item should be revisited, then your best course of action is to post on our Suggestions Forum, which is perused by our Development Team to gauge player feedback and garner new concepts for future changes to content and functionality. I wish you the best in making your opinions heard. :)
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