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5-10-2008 @ 9:09PM
Well, I just think the 10-man is for those who want to play the content, or get the story. Or both.But from my point of view, I think it's perfect that 10 people go into to fight the Lich King. If a per story stance, people complain that they had to have fourty back in Molten Core. Well, let's just look at from a step back, after you took down Ragnaros and all these big baddies as a Soldier, you moved on to 25 man, and took down Kael and Illidan as more of a strong group. Well at this point, you are now 10 heroes, going up to face the Lich King himself. Not some lame army they could get wiped out in instance. What movie have you ever seen where an army goes against one man, and they win? Never. Well, the army guys are usually no-names that get their faces sliced in half. While the one guy is usually god's-more-powerful.But 10 people? It's a group of the strongest individuals facing off against the strongest of them all.Seems epic to me.I'd rather be a name in a group, than a face in an army.Though of course, pure raiders will want to face him in their 25 man if they feel that is more Epic and of course, get more Epic-than-my-epic gear for their progress.I think it's perfect.
5-11-2008 @ 8:57AM
You pretty much stated my same opinion. AFighting the Lich King will be an epic fight, whether it's with 25 people or 10 people.One thing I think some of you fail to realize, or didn't notice, was that to get to the final 10 person raid you still have to progress through the other ones. It's not going to be easy.Karazhan is easy now, when people were first running it it provided some challenge. Zul'Aman is still very difficult for a lot of people.I personally love the idea of 10 and 25 person raids. I know my guild will be doing both.
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