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11-05-2008 @ 2:38PM
I am the leader of a small, casual raiding guild. This change is an absolute godsend for groups like us. We have a small number of skilled, loyal, players who get along great and always maintain an atmosphere of friendly camaraderie. It's a pleasure to not have to worry so much about raid makeup anymore!
11-05-2008 @ 3:38PM
Amen. I want to hang out in Vent with my wow-friends... 10 man raiding plus more versatility will help our smaller guilds be more enjoyable & more successful.
11-05-2008 @ 7:22PM
I am also in a small 7 person casual guild. (We've been joining another guild on 25 man raids). But we've never had problems getting a PUG, and certainly haven't minded grabbing a completely unorthodox group to run something. Additionally we all have multiple 70's just so we could switch up, both for success in the raid and for plain variety. I'm bummed that toons I created have suddenly turned into the same role as toons that I already had.Not that I'm not glad it's helping you. :o)For those Hardcore Players out there who care for nothing but progression, progression, progression, perhaps our "unorthodox groups" sounds like noobish heresy and that's why you see this change as a blessing, but for you people your ultimate attainment is besting the game and others, not about the journey and my other arguments of "then why not have one class, one talent tree and 15 talents" comes into play. All you care about is "Skill" and your myopic view lends its self to my "Fine here is your 15 skills go beat your brethren with them and 'prove' your the best" logic. Ms. Pac man only had one control. If you ultimate proof of fun is just a high score, what to you need diversity for, right?
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