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12-23-2008 @ 10:01AM
Blizzard should bring these back, to be honest if you don'y want to be involved with the hassle or the time spent or the many times a 40man may not work then you do not want the fruits from them. 40 mans are completely optional and people don't have to be involved with them if the care not to, Personally i think they should bring them back and yes the gear difference should be bigger.( If people want to work for it that hard let them get rewarded as hard as they worked) Blizzard will make sure there is still raiding for all of you who say you wont be able to see all of the content with 10 and 25mans, and if you complain about not being able to see the content because 40man raids are back you just don't care enough to work towards the goal of seeing it. Blizzard should bring them back, there is a HUGE amount of people who would like to see 40 man raids come back and lets not make these 40mans a raid that can be done on 10, 25 and 40 man. Make it so that it can only be done on 40man... i mean when we finally get to kill arthas... you think 10 or 25 people will kill him? i hope not considering it takes a 40man raid to kill city bosses, and since each faction has sent a HUGE(once again) army to come stop this guy... it would make so much more sense if it was a 40man raid and that would make it so that it is harder to get the gear he will drop, i mean we all know any mellee DPS class is going to want frostmourne which is more then likely going to be 1 per acc. Really 40mans separates the men from the boys ( Does not have to be taken literally) and I already know i'm going to get a whole response from you casual people and that fine your opinion counts too, i mean you do pay to play just as much as i do.
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