Hi! Personally I can understand the whole can get a bit redundant thing but when you mention the sliders, the siders in beginner do follow the rhythm the same way the sliders in easy do, but the difference is that easy is more dense than beginner, so they're theoretically, while alike, not the same. Additionally in Maps like reols no title there are several Difficulties that follow the exact same rhythm, and if not the exact same, very close. But if you would like me to add some more rhythmic variation in my personal difficulties so that way the guesy difficulties can stand out a bit more I can definitely do that so let me know what you'd like.
Irreversible wrote:My point of view on that is like... is it really necessary? It does seem really redundant in most of the cases. Obviously, there can be the argument as to "why do you need so many extras?" But imo that's something else, because people most of the times have different styles, which is actually hard to say in those easy diffs.
You could deifnitely ditch some of the very first diffs, because I do not see too much benefit of having so many similar diffs.
Beginner really does not offer a lot, apart from the sliders which follow the music in an interesting way, but this can be found in Easy as well, for example.
If you could elaborate on what exactly makes each diff unique, then please go ahead and I might be able to see your point of view!