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11-23-2008 @ 7:12PM
The way I see it panning out is that all those desperate to level and raid as fast as possible will, or have done, it already, and will proabably clear all these 'easy' raids before the next content patch. The current stuff is entirely do-able in T5-Sunwell gear and most guilds with enough 80s will cruise through it without problem, getting some nice epics on the way.The 'real' raiding will start with the next content patch when Uldar (or whatever it is) comes online. Gear will start becoming more important for progession and this first wave of raids will be available for the casuals and slow levellers to go through while the raiding devoted will get stuck into the real progression of Wrath.As a level 74 Paladin (cleared BT and Sunwell as a main tank) watching all my guildies who had the time to rush to 80 now pick up all the sweet loot and see all the content is a little gauling, I know that we are currently in a semi-raid time where raiding is easy and when the next content hits I will be 80 and t6 with a tiny bit of gearing will still be capable to start off. We are currently in a holding pattern. There are these raids that are pretty easy for the hardcore to complete but keep them occupied until enough of us have levelled to 80 to start the real quest to kill Arthas. The current raids will then be the casual content that people who aren't so interested or don't have the time for will be raiding (it's still excellent content) until the next expansion comes.
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