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6-11-2008 @ 9:08AM
While the 10 person raids will certainly open up the content and allow more players to see the content I think there is a misconception that 10 person raids will necessarily be 'quick'.IOW while the time investment will most likely be less the 10 person raids will still require a time investment many players can't meet. I'd be surprised to see the percentage going from 20% to more then 50% of the population seeing the end-game raid zones. (Though this would be an excellent improvement.)We have to wait for for more information from Blizz or release of WOTLK to see how much less time a 10 person raid takes vs a 25 person raid. I'm going to guess it'll be 10 percent less from first to last kill. Though with more folks getting access to raids for the first time this may be offset, especially in the beginning.One advantage of the 10 person raids is that they will form more quickly. These days I know several guilds that spend more time forming up, if they get the numbers, then they spend in the instance.
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