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12-23-2008 @ 8:37AM
I played mainly when vanilla WoW was out and AQ40 was only run by the top raiding guilds. It took time and effort to coordinate the raid together and get through MC or BWL but it was what brought the players together and made WoW what it was. I'm not sure if they should bring back 40-man raids entirely but imagine if The Lich King was beatable by a 10/25-man PUG. I'd vote for at least The Lich King being 40-man.
12-23-2008 @ 9:38AM
That's an interesting idea.Everything up to the final boss of WotLK being 10/25 and then the Lich King himself being 40 man only.I dinged 60 the day TBC came out so I never got to experience any old-world raids, but I would love to see what 40 man raids are like. I think making the final boss the only boss that required 40 people would create a bit more of an aura around him and keep him only beaten by a select few *without hindering the majority of the population seeing *most of the content.
12-23-2008 @ 11:32AM
10/25 man raid leading up to a 40 man encounter? You're joking right? Have we already forgotten the headache that was 10 man Kara leading to 25 man Serpentshrine/The Eye?
12-23-2008 @ 11:37AM
Maybe for you and your guild perhaps, but I'd like to see one of the most important/well-known characters in the Warcraft universe take some effort to beat.
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