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8-18-2007 @ 8:53AM
There's nothing "epic" about being a nameless cog in a 40 person raid. Thats why your typical 40 man was 10 great players, 15 good players, and 15 players you'd never take on a 5 man because they're too incompetitant to take when individual contributions actually matter.The only people 40 person raids worked for were the top tier guilds, who could recruit from everybody else. For lower tier guilds, actually keeping 40 people togethre was a logistics nightmare. Keeping 40 GOOD players together in a more casual guild was next to impossible, becuase uber raid guild X always needed someone and would give them free epix.Shrinking raid sizes is the best thing Blizzard ever did for PvE.
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