I play since 2009 with a few short breaks, nowdays I am not that active anymore. I am more of a casual player (last time I was in an active raidforce was probably 3 years ago).
Why is it not fair that only the “active” players get the T6 weapons? I mean, you don’t even have to be raiding T6 to get weapons + necklace, you get them for beating lower tier raids actually which would never be possible on Crom. You also don’t need to farm the raids (like you need to do it in the real T6 raids to get 2 weapons as Barbarian or Assassin), just do the bosses once and you are done. The necklace is almost free since doing a raid with the raidfinder is no actual challange, the destiny quest is harder because in RF you can basically be AFK the whole raid long and get your rewards -> You need to put that into perspective with getting such a necklace on Crom, people there are killing some of the hardest bosses in the game (again, they even need to farm them if they don’t drop the right necklace) whereas people on the saga server only need to do a simple RF raid. As you said, you want everyone to get a fair crack at the rewards from this event -> There you have it, a free T6 necklace. Put in more work now and you can get an even bigger reward.
This has nothing to do with “looking down” on someone or creating a bigger split between player types, it just that you get a better reward for putting more time and a little bit more work into it. It’s really no big deal unless you completely dislike playing with others in raids and groups but if thats the case then I don’t think a MMORP is the right game.
If you value having a T6 weapon so much then work for it. You can already get T5 relics from Loot Caches in the item shop which is a complete disgrace in my opinion but still, people buy this stuff and don’t even know where you can buy or get the actual gear items.
The saga quest (the last part of it) is completely Ok in my opinion, not that hard and not too easy.
On a side note: I think that too many games nowdays reward people for “Hey, I was there and saw it but didn’t actually do anything”, this is completely wrong in my opinion. If you want to have something you need to work for it, you can’t hand out everything for free.