The dungeons are at a fair difficulty at this point, this nerf will do just fine for the casual players to try and have fun in 15s.
These nerfs are not needed at all. People are already timing high keys.
i was afraid blizz would realise that it's too easy and they would buff dng's and affixes... well x) i don't mind (pls no offend, there are sure ppl who struggle - just my opinion that keys are easy first week in new season - speaking as a healer)
seriously ? those mobs are undertuned and ridiculous compared to pride. There is no issue to do them in 17+ keys...
Seems a lil silly to nerf content people are technically under geared for... we're currently the equivalent of being 200 itm lvl being able to time 15's ... how easy will this content be once people are 252 itm lvl?
Not needed nerfs but ok
People somehow always manage to find something to complain about. Amazed people are actually UPSET that Blizzard is nerfing these. Let them nerf them. The nerfs are warranted considering the scaling into higher keys. Not everything is balanced around 15's. Just be happy for once.
Good changes I think. These two lieutenants are more powerful than other two.I just wish grabbing the anima power came up automatically when they were defeated rather than trying to click on something. It’s a big orb but for some reason the cursor doesn’t respond to the top half of it,
Not really sure the nerfs are needed, but PLEASE change the anima power to be automatic. It really ruins the flow trying to click it and waiting for it to be clickable in the first place. ^^
Casuals have no business in 15s (at this point of the season)
Like it. Frost guy debut hit pretty hard. Scared me to think about it with the trash affix… :DBut the other way… we get easily additional 20-30ilvl while this season last.
Biting Cold nerf seems good. Having to spam heal a single person for 10 seconds straight is not fun, couldn't really do bigger pulls, because I had to focus all healing on one target (also goes through turtle). It would've probably just scaled badly into higher tiers.