The setup for Ahn'Qiraj remains thrilling. The sand-covered ruins you enter through quickly reveal themselves as a man hiding the true horrors below. Fleshy corridors form a sprawling labyrinth, chambers teeming with historical worms and bugs. After fighting your way towards the finish you confront the prisoner at the core of classic wow gold the raid, an old god sealed from the ground, on the verge of breaking loose. It is a shame , by today's standards, he's a joke.
The C'Thun players fight now in WoW Classic isn't the tentacled monster of legend he was. The C'Thun we struggle has had his fangs filed down, a nerf that dates back into 2006 when guilds taking about the OG C'Thun believed him unkillable. But was he, indeed? Based on the skills WoW Classic players have accrued over the previous 15 decades, I think we could take this giant eyeball how that he was intended to be fought. I believe we could kill pre-nerf C'Thun, and Blizzard ought to patch him WoW Classic to give us that opportunity.
The narrative of C'Thun is a story of frustration. Players threw themselves against the boss for months to no avail. He required a large amount of damage to take down before he enraged and promptly murdered everyone, and also the fight demanded pinpoint positioning from all of the raiders. The fight famously had a bug too, which caused ranged tentacles to spawn behind walls or directly under players, nearly guaranteeing full party wipes. After 80 days with no single clear Blizzard eventually nerfed C'Thun into the floor, and he was easily defeated the exact same moment.
It is not just that the raid as a whole is easier for the seasoned WoW players.
"As for pre-nerf C'Thun, there's absolutely no doubt in anybody's mind that contrary to the meme that came from 2006 IRC logs, pre-nerf C'Thun isn't mathematically impossible. Players do triple or even quadruple the quantities of people's DPS back then so even a pre-nerf C'Thun would readily fall. It is a matter of the player base being more skilled, and cheap wow gold classic knowledgeable.