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6-24-2008 @ 9:38AM
Personally, I think the 'casualization' of the game will be great. People think that the 40-man raids were the pinnacle of the raiding system, and I think that 10-mans that are well-designed require much more talent... In a 40 man raid, you could easily have 5-10 people who weren't pulling their weight and still easily finish an encounter. In a 10-man raid you really feel it when one person performs sub-par. In my opinion, anybody who gripes about the down-sizing of raids is just being critical of the designers making it easier for people to start up a raid group. Remember, starting a group doesn't guarantee success. Anybody out there who gripes about small raids probably has never had to organize or lead a 25 or 40 man raid.Besides that, anybody who gripes about there not being enough to do in this game either has a totally unbalanced life that revolves around playing the game, or hasn't actually bothered to do a majority of the content in the game. I like to try to play every class and experience all the zones of the game. This may mean I'm not better than average at any particular thing, but it also means I'm not left complaining that I have nothing to do a year before the next content release.
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