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9-03-2008 @ 4:14PM
Or you know, just have the 25 man version drop 3 tokens like they do now, with 10 mans dropping only 1, so you can gear the larger group up faster /shrug
9-03-2008 @ 4:23PM
Sry just wondering but what program/site is being used in the image?
9-03-2008 @ 4:36PM
@ Tar:I think this makes more sense; blizz has announced time and time again the rationale behind 10-/25-men difference, for that smaller guilds will also be able to see the end content, so it's very viable to give more tokens in the 25-men raids than the 10-men, then everyone gets same tier, at about the same rate, and everyone goes home happy
9-03-2008 @ 4:38PM
@ herg: official blizz site armorsets~ http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/items/armorsets/
9-03-2008 @ 4:39PM
Click on the image and see for yourself.
9-03-2008 @ 5:22PM
Well you pretty much need kara epics to do Mag (and also probably gruul) so forcing the 25 man raids to do a little small raiding first isn't completely out there as a concept.
9-03-2008 @ 6:30PM
@ TarI'm pretty sure this isn't going to happen. Blizz said that the 25 mans were going to have more, higher quality loot compared to the 10 man raids with less, slightly lower quality loot.
9-03-2008 @ 7:17PM
The 10 and 25 man sets would need to reward different tier sets (ilevel wise) to prevent raiders from only doing 10 man content and getting the same gear as 25 man raiders.I expect the entry level raid (Naxx) to require the same level of gear for either 10 or 25 man, but from there, each 25 man tier would increase exponentially so that a people who had done Naxx in 10 man and got all the gear couldn't create a 25 man group and go into the raid after naxx. You could only go into the next 25 man group if you completed the previous raid with 25 people. So I expect 10 man to drop T7, 25 man to drop the equivalent of T8. Then the next 25 man raid would drop T9 whilst the 10 man would drop the equivalent of T8. Keeping the 25 man always one tier higher than any of the 10 man equivalents.
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