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Blizzard was quick to nerf the goat farm, but resourceful players have discovered a new farming spot in Krasarang Wilds featuring hozen mobs!

In the southernmost part of Krasarang Wilds, players have found hozen mobs, creating a new farming hotspot. By taking advantage of this area, you can kill approximately 2,000 mobs per hour, yielding around 15,000 Bronze, but the mobs in this area are not hyperspawning, so if another player's there it can get slow.

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Thanks to Kozko for the screenshot and the video that explains the new farm in more detail.

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At this point, just re activate all the farms and give all the players access to it. With these nerfs actually accomplish is to enable only some players to have an advantage while others don't, which isn't good for the game. Blizz has so much positive press in recent months, really, why risk it over these in a limited time event? Seems, not too smart.

Not only that, mark them on the map so players can find them. Tune them to make them more enjoyable. Add some more, throw in some famous NPCs to farm alongside with. Why nerf what players are doing? They are showing you where your win is. Don't nerf what players like to do, build and expand upon it to make it even more fun. Just a thought on modern game design.

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46 minutes ago, Ken007 said:

At this point, just re activate all the farms and give all the players access to it. With these nerfs actually accomplish is to enable only some players to have an advantage while others don't, which isn't good for the game. Blizz has so much positive press in recent months, really, why risk it over these in a limited time event? Seems, not too smart.

Not only that, mark them on the map so players can find them. Tune them to make them more enjoyable. Add some more, throw in some famous NPCs to farm alongside with. Why nerf what players are doing? They are showing you where your win is. Don't nerf what players like to do, build and expand upon it to make it even more fun. Just a thought on modern game design.

Farming is not fun. It's done by people who want something right here and right now. Farming like this is never intended mechanic. 

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2 hours ago, Andelai said:

Farming is not fun. It's done by people who want something right here and right now. Farming like this is never intended mechanic. 

They should do both; Add back all the farms + add massively more bronze + coin + thread gain elsewhere, like regular drops from all mobs and as rewards for doing content (Scenarios, Dungeon, Raid)
Its supposed to be a - FUN - event.... So let people have fun their way, and make it possible for people to become as advertised: OP.

Oh - and decrease cost for upgrading gear... please and thank you.

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9 hours ago, Andelai said:

Farming is not fun. It's done by people who want something right here and right now. Farming like this is never intended mechanic. 

I never said: that I like farming, that I think it is fun or that I promote it. Looking at this situation, I think it is the fairest option they have. That being said- if they re-activate it, I won't be there. I play for fun, I don't really care if I have the strongest virtual cloak in a video game.......

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7 hours ago, TheCake said:

They should do both; Add back all the farms + add massively more bronze + coin + thread gain elsewhere, like regular drops from all mobs and as rewards for doing content (Scenarios, Dungeon, Raid)
Its supposed to be a - FUN - event.... So let people have fun their way, and make it possible for people to become as advertised: OP.

Oh - and decrease cost for upgrading gear... please and thank you.

Well they would only do that if they wanted the event to be a great success and for everyone to love it. You would think they would- since it is limited time and not retail but Blizz loves to: create a terrible rewards system that makes you not want to engage in the great content they make.

I've always said- this game is phenomenal- they kill it slowly by having terrible reward systems. That whole random loot thing? I have had stretches were I got the same cloak every week for five weeks in a row, how is that random? Some people run the same raid for a drop every week and it takes over a year to get it! A year! C'mon Blizz- you are getting our money, at least respect our time.

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