DontBanMeRob wrote:The false hope given to people who have killed thousands of 196 wizards is beyond a joke and encouraging people to spend so much time chasing a dream isn't healthy for them personally, or for the game. Who knows if we're even killing in the right place?
I don't recall VR ever encouraging players to spend hundreds of hours farming for a miniscule chance of a rare boss spawning. It is not their fault that players are wasting their time farming.
Now, if we want to talk about a person's drive to chase after unattainable dreams, that's a different matter (probably one better suited for a psychologist). But I will say that if someone is so intent on getting a certain item in a video game that they are willing to risk their health, they definitely need to take a major look at their life choices...not blame the developers
Blaming VR for you wasting your time farming is somewhat like trying to blame the government because you are losing money by playing the lottery. They just make it available and extremely tempting - the players are the ones 100% willingly wasting time/money on it.
DontBanMeRob wrote:Regardless, none of these rare spawns have been seen in 9 months. If it's working as intended, such a redundant mechanic should be removed and we can all move on.
You could just move on anyways, there's no need for the boss/loot to be removed for people to stop farming it.
Uh, what I mean is*jedi mind trick hand wave* The boss has been removed, now move on with your life
At this point in the topic, I just really want to see some random player who has never farmed for this bracelet to happen across the boss
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