A few days ago, Complexity Limit won World First in Mythic Ny'alotha, returning the title to North America for the first time in eight years. Two of their raiders, Preheat and Xyronic, join us this week to tell the story of the guild starting from its humble beginnings as a 2 day guild in Warlords of Draenor.
Never before in this game has there been something like this that's been so absolutely pay to win. Let's say you're in some guild, best on the server; you don't raid super hardcore but you're best on your server. You play the same class as this other guy and you think, this other guy he's a better player than me but you know what, there's a way I think I can maybe get that raid slot. You whip out your credit card, buy some wow tokens and then go around to some Auction Houses, you hop a couple servers, you get 3 pieces of your tier 3 Mastery, you bring him back home and there's no way that guy is going to touch you anymore. That's kind of problematic to me, I don't like that.
If you want a raid slot guaranteed, go buy your perfect corruptions. It'll cost you a little money but you won't be sittable anymore. So if that's what you want to do, this is one weird trick, raid leaders hate it. Go get all your perfect gear, you are literally unsittable.