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2-22-2009 @ 8:09PM
in all honesty i miss the 40 man raidsi say if there are guilds out there that want to run 40 mans let them i mean there are guilds complaining on my current server that organizing 25 mans is hard... does that mean blizzard should do away with 25 mans and just have 10 man raiding ??i mean already i manage our website, help with possible recruits, keep track of raid attendance, post raid strats, post raid statistics, keep track of loot, help ppl figure out best spec/rotation for class or just talk theorycraft to get the numbers see if the numbers would align... all to make sure my guilds raiding is as smooth as possible and ensuring that i have a place to play in my offtime.... there are individuals like me that are willing to put in the effort to make organizing/raiding more enjoyable for others so if were willing to go the distance why not let us ???hell if u want to make sure items are not overvalued just have the same 25 man loot drop from it but have twice the quantity to give ppl more of a chance to get that rare drop (have yet to see the spellcaster ring off of KT to drop)another thing it would help do is give another raid to do (even if its the same just more ppl) i mean im the guild raid leader and we clear all the 25 man content in 6 hrs (including 3 drakes) if your telling me achievements is what we should shoot for.. we have mostly all the heroic achievements except for some that require u to basically alienate part of your guild to do them(alienate bcuz u need to take less raiders or u need to take less tank/healer specced players bcuz of the dps requirements to physically perform it like the malygos in 6 mins)
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