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2-12-2009 @ 7:22AM
I thought about this as well, but it has one flaw: It would lock people out of raids for the week who haven't run yet, because if one person hadn't downed a boss, he'd have to be cleared again to go any farther into that wing. The end bosses in Naxx would be pretty much unreachable unless you kept the exact same people in the raid every single night. Thus nobody would want you to run if you'd missed a night, since that would mean bosses that 24 people had cleared (along with their trash) would still be up with only you having a chance to loot them.And you couldn't phase it, because if half the raid had done a boss, what chance would the other half have of actually getting him down? Zero I'm thinking.You'd have to design a raid to be ID-less, you couldn't just slap the feature onto existing raids.
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