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9-04-2007 @ 5:28AM
@30*meet ten mans*Oh, wait, something that challenges THEM? NERF NERF NERF!!!! We can't manage to organize this, it's horrible!If you're going on about the challenges THEM you need to get some perspective. The problem is that it's NOT a challenge, it's boring with a lot of trash and fairly straightforward boss fights.And to make it more fun, for some classes (say, all clothies with tailoring for example) it's perfectly skippable while your tanks will NEED to do it to gear up properly.And the challenge of organising is, well,... For you getting a kara raid together is about getting a few extra people in; for raiding guilds it's about splitting up groups that have played together for x amount of time up into tiny subgroups. If you are playing the amount of time you are when in a raid guild, you get to know the people in your guild, and be (dare I say it) friends with them. Splitting up groups in fact equals leaving your friends behind.Who goes in group 1 and group 2 and whatnot you don't just have to take class balance into account, but also the people. No, we're not gonna put this guy in group 1 and his wife in group 2; it doesn't work that way.So yeah, organising it is harder because deciding to leave people behind is harder than trying to get a few extra people in.
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