Ninja hotfixing stuff to make the game even more tedious... not what you want to do being on Blizzard's shoes at this point I think.
What a dumb change. Especially considering bosses like stitchfest whose adds hit for stupid amounts on tanks, and once there is 2 or more up on tyrannical its probably gonna be a wipe.But what did you expect from a bunch of drunks
"Fun detected. Fun deleted." - Blizzard
good thing! spear dmg was way to high, doing 5-800k per spear its pretty much 1/2 - 1/3 of the healthbar on bosses way to much.
100% needed. Killed last boss in NW within 20 seconds on a +15 by using all 3 spears.
This is just strange. Why nerf it now? Blizzard completely out of touch
so we really have to test things on our own or even data mine it to get some infoswhat is wrong with blizzard? that should be simple patch notes
I agree with that. Dungeons this patch are way too easy, I usually take a while to get KSM. This patch I got it on the first day it was available.Necrotic Wake was an outlier, the dungeon was ridiculously easy because of the weapons, really. If you did the right setup for the spear to crit, the bosses might as well not exist.I think this is a good change and will make the dungeon still easy, but more inline with the other dungeons this patch.
So many disingenuous takes about this nerf. Anyone who runs keys know this place was impossible to brick with weapons and kyrian buff. Even after the nerf my group blasted a +14 tyran key for the 2 chest with barely above normal raid tier gear. Stop being divas.
The weapons were kind of OP, and it would have made perfect sense to nerf them (and maybe reduce the HP of some enemies as well, so the dungeon would still take about the same time to complete), but leaving it out of the patch notes is just ridiculous."This might not be popular, so let's hide it." - We already knew their designers didn't have the courage to revert any of the terrible decisions made over the last ten years or so, but now it seems they don't even have the courage to publish reliable changelogs.