When it comes to MMORPGs like World of Warcraft, the longer the game went the more content that was added to it. Not just full-on expansions, but minor updates as well to pass the time. As such, there’s a lot to do in the game. However, that doesn’t always mean all of the content is good. Or, it doesn’t mean that the new content is as good as some of the highs from the previous batches of content.
World of Warcraft players on Reddit have been breaking down what are the best/worst parts of the game. With the latest topic being about Raid Bosses. Raids a are a key gameplay mechanic in World of Warcraft, and while some are legendary in how great or fun they are, there are some that just aren’t great at all. So, players broke down where they stood on which was great, and which wasn’t.
“Take everything in consideration: aesthetics, mechanics, difficulty, lore importance, voice lines, etc…and present your favourite bosses of each expansion and do the same with the ones you hated!”
Some of the best included Kel’Thuzad. Which to some was the first truly great Raid. Kil’Jaeden, for just being a difficult boss fight. Ragnaros, though a reused villain, the battle in their eyes was very well done, thus making it worth it. Vashj, for being a fight that required coordination, as well as the satisfaction of “taking her down.” Guldan, for simple being a great fight. Many others were named as well.
For the worst, there was plenty of opinions. Razorgore and Garalon, for being “boring”. M’uru, for being so broken that players had an incredibly hard time beating it. The Butcher, because it was, “nothing but a dps check. Low effort and boring.” The 4 Horsemen of Naxx, because they required that Warrior class players, “having their 4-piece T3 set bonus no progression guilds would poach each other’s warriors after they were geared up.” Malygos and Flame Leviathan were also named because they focused on vehicle combat, yet it wasn’t fun for that reason.
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