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2-15-2008 @ 2:32PM
I'm a hardcore raider, and yeah i think the game should be more open to casuals. Its very difficult to get 10 people let alone 25 or 40 people completely focused for 4-5 hours at a time to go kill stuff and get purple loot. I think 10 mans are a good size, big enough to feel it, but not overwealmingly complex. 25mans are just too big, you are lost in the crowd. My opinion is that everyone pays their money and plays the game that they want. Want to PVP, go ahead. Want to level a zillion alts, go ahead? Want to see BT? Go ahead. Its alot of work to be the first guild clearing a path through a new instance, without overwealming gear. Once gear becomes more obtainable the goal because slightly easier (since the only thing between kara and BT is gear). So i think it's good that higher end gear will be available to more casual players, so they dont have to wipe all the time in early 25mans. Of course getting the 25 people together is another story.
2-15-2008 @ 2:36PM
There's a myriad amount of t5+ quality gear available to the player that only pvps/dailys/heroic/10 mans. The days of Raiding being the only means to good gear is in the past. Your comment makes no sense, you don't need to raid to gain equal gear, you're simply not gaining the absolute top-notch gear, and even then t6 is no where near the increase from t5 or pvp gear that t3 from t2 and 1 was. The game has changed alot more regarding the casual/hardcore debate then you give it credit for.
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