- Author: Pride
- Date: November 15, 2021
- Expansion: TBC Classic
Players were outraged when Blizzard announced that they were planning to nerf bosses in Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep, just one a week ago. Blizzard eventually caved in and announced that they’d be holding the nerfs back for at least one week, while they decide how they’re going to move forward.
Well, a week has passed and here we are — with Kaivax announcing that they have decided that… they are undecided, so the changes will not be coming this week either.
The forum thread has since exploded to almost 900 responses, which is a monumental amount as far as Classic forum threads go. Reddit was also rife with discussion on the topic, which shows that players really care about this issue.
With the dust settling, it appears that most players are solidly on the no nerfs camp, but a lot also seem to agree that the Vashj change — making mind controlled players be crowd controllable — might be good, so there is a decent chance that particular change goes through eventually.
What are your thoughts on the topic now that you’ve had a week to think about them? Are you still firmly anti-nerfs, or have you changed your mind? Would a change to Lady Vashj’s mind control be warranted or is it too soon to nerf the raid? Let us know in the comments below!
We’re still discussing this and looking at options from a design perspective. We haven’t made any decisions yet, and we won’t be making any changes of this sort in the next week.
Please feel free to continue the discussion, as your feedback is highly valuable to us.