Regarding the Poison EL Paragons
They are a bit over the top and they start adding up FAST on lower pop shards. Nothing against Dexers but they won't kill them or even rams for that matter unless they see a tamers pat tanking it for them. Takes a month of Sundays for a tamers pet to kill one (rams a take little while but are reasonable) At best the PE Paragons take ALL of the fun out of dungeon and at its worst makes the dungeon simply undoable when every place you run to there is at least 1 if not 2-3 of them. Really need to get rid of them on the low pop shards or reduce their spawn rate way down. There is hard and then there is "This is just stupid" Tried helping a couple of guys get their corpses on the back side of level 1 this morning. Even with me leading as many of them away as I could they still could not make it half way back to their corpses and the corpses finally decayed. Real enjoyable game time for them and a waste of their money on the store pots.
This is not a problem on Shards like LS and Atlantic where everything that might give a drop gets swarmed by numerous people. Might be a stretch but in the future it might be nice to scale the event dungeon difficulty based on the number of people in the dungeon. Or scale to the dungeon level like 1 being easier and capped at say Liche Lord Paragons, LvL 2 capped at ram paragons and level 3 anything goes. With the % chance of rewards/drops increasing with each level as the difficulty and risk increase. Would let the less skilled players enjoy the content and it not be just BOOM INSTANT DEATH because someone ran out and left 2-3 PE ELS right at the entrance.
LOL and a skeleton paragon that reveals 10 tiles away is just as good at ruining a scripters day as a PE EL PE ELS seem to have no effect on the multi box players running their cross healing scrips though. 4-6 Multi Box toons cross healing take them down very fast. ANd those scumbags are or were actually kind of handy for keeping the PE ELS in check initially guess they have moved on to another shard to farm now.