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5-11-2008 @ 8:05PM
Casual players don't want things to be less difficult, they want them to be more accessible. And, I can guarantee you that most casual players aren't interested in your precious rewards -- their interest is purely in the content and lore.I think it could easily be argued that raid size has nothing to do with skill, and if your argument is that most of the challenge in 25-man raids comes from organizing 25 people and getting them to follow directions, then it's not even the raid itself which is difficult.Blizzard could easily develop content that is both a challenging and rewarding experience for 10 players, without artificially inflating the difficulty with large groups and time commitments.
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