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8-23-2008 @ 5:51PM
Before I got into WoW - I avoided the game after hearing about raids from a friend. Mind you at the time I thought that was how the whole game worked.He told me of the 40-person thing. He also mentioned that he had required hours of play, his guild restricted him to 3 toons allowed, used xFire to make sure he wasn't logged into WoW on another toon somewhere, or some other game, and of course - the rules about spec, gear, and so on.Did -not- sound fun.By the time I joined, a few months before BC, that kind of mentality was just about at its breaking point, and I think BC did a lot to improve things.But having armory and guild banks and PvP-gear has also really upped the guild -drama wars- And while a 40-person raid was really rough to get organized, 10 and 25-persons really aren't much better.25s, which the extreme gear they require to get in, are little better than 40s were. 10s, would be great but for the whole thing about stacking buffs and needing so specific of classes (or people thinking its needed) resulting in still a decent amount of drama and grind-festing to get to them. Better, but still needs improvement.
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