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5-09-2008 @ 4:03AM
every raid having 10-man and 25-man versions is the best news of this entire WotLK blowout, if you ask me. A smart solution to the "raiding problem" WoW has had up to now. Everyone wins.
5-09-2008 @ 5:55AM
It's the worst thing I've heard so far about wotlk. Just because the casuals "need" to see and experience everything ingame, the raiders then need to do the SAME instance with the SAME bosses all over again. Whoa, that doesn't sound fun at all. I'm totally sick of BT by now but we still have to run it so everyone can get their loot. Can't imagine how sick I've would have been on BT and everything about it if I had been raiding it at the time when I was raiding Karazhan too. Heh Blizzard have not really been generous with 25man instances and new content for raiders so far (how long was it before the latest new content- sunwell, 9 months?), so I doubt they will be in wotlk. I like the idea of an heroic 10man instance, like Karazhan. I would run Karazhan heroic a few times with 9 other people if I could. But let's leave at 10man then, ok? 25man raiding content should be epic.
5-09-2008 @ 11:47AM
@EllaSo more people get to experience content - doesn't sound fun?I've never set foot in BT (my guild isn't that far along, and sadly probably never will be) - but the content sounds fun to me.Sadly what you probably mean is - raiding guilds won't be able to parade around ironforge or in front of the scryer/aldor bank showing off their epic loot. Don't worry - from what I understand the loot is quite a bit better on 25 man verisons so you'll still be able to clock just as many hours doing that.
5-09-2008 @ 2:11PM
this is a baaaad idea...casuals see certain content, hardcore see other parts...now what WOULD work is 1 location but 2 raid dungeons, one happens to be a 10 man, the other a 25 man, but fighting the same bosses same location on a "easy" mode is garbage... thats uber lazyness to the fullest...
5-11-2008 @ 11:47AM
Getting 25 people, making a solid core raiding group out of them, and scheduling the raids so that all 25 individuals will be in attendance is one of the *biggest* issus with guilds trying to leave 10-man territory. The number of guilds not able to content based just on not having the numbers in members is *astounding* and Blizz sees the problem in that. With WotLK, they are trying to fix that. Folks like you, Matt and Ella honestly need to unglue your eyes from uber epic'd toon of yours and look at the bigger picture because rumor has it that outside of your perfect little gaming world, there's people that aren't in your same situation of having the time or the guild rescources to pull off the same things you have.Tbh, the way you two talk about your ingame "accomplishments", you'd think that your farming of BT somehow tied into real life byfreakin' idk...solving world hunger or something...and anyone not doing the same and putting in the same "effort" as you is Trash...Cheesy ass analogy, I know, but seriously...It's a game (and everything in it *is* fake...chillax
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