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1-07-2008 @ 11:48AM
@7 - Ummm raiding???"If Blizztard wants to encourage PvP, by all rights do so, but at least offer equivalent content / rewards for those of us who don't wish to enable our PvP setting."
1-07-2008 @ 12:06PM
Umm..not everyone has the time to devote to Raiding, nor is everyone running around in guilds that can serve up 25 well geared people. The guild i'm in is full of great people, but it takes time to get a crew of 10 equipped people to start in on Kara.No, Raiding is just another form of "elite" play; I doubt more then 20% of all WoW players raid on a regular basis.
1-14-2008 @ 7:51PM
To turkeyspit: the raid = elite thing is silly. Can we finally put that one to rest? The top end arena is the hardest of hardcore elite. Anyone capable of doing a heroic is definitely capable of doing Kara. If you PvP a lot you'll have far better gear than most PvE players had when they first entered the place. It's pugged all the time and has been forever. Give it a shot. Even with lots of wipes on the few pulls at the start you'll down the Horseman in a small chunk of time.Pity we can't get the numbers, 'cause I'd bet a lot of gold more players do basic raiding (Kara, Gruul) than have non-trivial arena rankings (non-trivial = better than sucking up points for gear and having a shot at the ranked pieces). Totally believe players in disorganized mobs fighting over Halaa for no good reason do outnumber both.
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