That was possible? xD
Well that's a crappy change.
Blizzard giveth, and Blizzard taketh.
they should really add a skip to old raids like the jaina one, or the skip quests on newer raids
Wait, you could do that?
People had 10+ years to farm it, I don't see the issue here
If this is intended, then we really shouldn't have to do work arounds like this, the game should allow you to port to the final boss.Either take the regular 'raid skip' that we've had in Nyalotha and in Legion/WoD raids and then people can unlock it over 4 complete runs, or implement something simple like the NPC in BoD that lets you port to the final boss easy peasy.To people saying who cares and why people should be given a skip, the average number of runs for a 1% mount drop comes to around 300. Any time saves becomes really valuable, and those can keep people motivated and playing the game. You don't have to increase the drop rate, but having access to some utility like raid skipping to a boss when you aren't interested in other bosses shouldn't be a hard thing to ask. If you are worried about people just unlocking this for 'free', do it just like regular raid skips where a few runs unlocked the skips.Forcing people to do an entire run of bosses they aren't interested in, to get to a boss that they are, leads to burnout. I'm sure some mount farmers using this method are going to quit because they used this workaround to get around the burnout, and now its no longer available to them, will then quit farming as a result.
It is not "harder" to farm them, it only takes more time now ... Missleading title!
I ... I can't remember this being possible to begin with. I ALWAYS needed to go outside to change the difficult.
Why focus on this, now? Fix the game.
Dragon Soul sure as F could use a skip.
Not everyone has played for 10+ years, there's no need to make the change? What does it add to the game?
Another garbage change that no one asked for.
I didn't even know that was a thing before they removed it, so this doesn't affect me in the slightest! XD
huh. I don't remember ever being able to change difficulties while actually in a raid...