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5-13-2008 @ 2:54PM
I think you underestimate casual players.There isn't one kind of casual player or guild, and depending on which one you look at you'll see a very different picture.There are the casuals who never have enough time on any given day to participate in a raid.There are the casuals who can occasionally get the time together to do a raid, but not often.There are the casuals who are only on one day of the week, and that's raid day.There are the casuals who can raid consistently on a given day, and pop on and off throughout the week.There are lots of casuals, and how quickly a casual guild progresses will depend on the guild makeup.Yes, this will be significantly slower in all cases than a group of ten or fifteen good friends who fall somewhere inbetween casual and hardcore. Some casuals will certainly not be able to get all the way through to Arthas before the next expansion, but to assume that no casuals will succeed is silly given that there are currently casual guilds and raiding alliances (though not many) that are through T5.
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