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6-14-2007 @ 11:47AM
I don't understand why you can't do both. I don't care much for raiding, but I have a LOT of friends that do. I do arenas with them on their non-raid days. I don't know anyone personally that raids every single day of the week. I don't see why the "hardcore" raiders can't spare an extra 45 minutes a week to at LEAST get their 10 arena games in and score some points. Sure, they won't be a top tier team most likely, but they will still be earning respectable points... especially if it's a 5v5. Keep raiding, play a couple arenas a week, colelct the points, and buy the gear you want/need.Drysc makes sense. If it really only involves an hour or so to qualify for arena points each week, just shut up and go do it. Chances are if you have an arena team made from your raiding friends, you probably already have decent coordination and an understanding of each other's skills... that's a headstart to a decent arena team.
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