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5-09-2008 @ 4:57PM
I love Kara. We can get in, progress, and go on with our lives. I love to see content, play the content, and do things. I have a full time job, things to do on the weekends, just flat real life stuff. Not that a full time raider doesn't, but I would like to play the game as well, the full game.The 10 mans are not going to be cake walk, they are going to be challenging encounters with nice rewards (one full tier below the 25 mans who get very nice rewards). While the writer has a nice point, it should be an epic battle.....who says 10 mans aren't? If the group you can get is 10 skilled people who like to raid twice a week, let us have content, let us play the full game. Is a 25 player raid getting nicer loot? yup, and good for them. Go on about your 25 man and be proud. I'll take my 10 man enconter any day of the week and be happy with it. I get to see the end of the game, things wrap up, closure.Saying there should not be 10 mans because there are not enough people is like saying you can not watch revenge of the sith or return of the king because you are watching with just 9 friends. There are plenty of people who like raiding in the 25, and will keep doing it happily. This just lets a big percentage see the end. That has not happened in the previous iterations, and now that we have a shot at it, let us go in peace, we will extend you the same courtesy, and even compliment you on the nice shiny stuff you got.
5-09-2008 @ 7:16PM
Rhada, I love your commentary and your attitude. Would that there were more like you. I've been on all sides of the fence, and currently I am in a "hardcore casual" raiding guild. We raid less than 15 hours per week (12 is about the norm, sometimes less) and we are making our way through BT & MH. I applaud developing 10 & 25 man versions of the raid content--you cheer me, and I'll cheer you on. I bear no ill will toward those who prefer 10 man groupings, and have not understood how much enmity people have toward those who are raiding the 25 man content.Here's hoping we both enjoy the content--be it from the vantage of 5 mans, 10 mans, and 25 mans. And for goodness sake, let's decompartmentalize PvP!
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