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2-12-2009 @ 7:53AM
Ummm! raid ID's aren't a problem as such. in fact they're great, they're not a Blizz conspiracy. They exist so we can run a raid, kill a few bosses, wipe on one of them untill raid time ends and try again the next day without having to restart from scratch.The real issue here is raid resets and why're they're not so frequent... The point here is that raids can't be automatically reset regularly or else there'd be no point in saving them. What's the point in a raid ID that lasts a day or so when your guild runs once every 3 days, the automatic resets NEED to be quite long buy their very nature.So what about adding manual resets into the mix aswell? Well firstly who controls the manual reset? Only the raid leader? Everyone in the raid? Potentially giving everyone or only one the power to make or break 25 peoples raiding. It's an odd concept and it makes sense that resets have prefixed times.So what about getting saved to raids? Well this is the real problem for the majority of people in the raid... it makes sense that Blizz would try to fix this rather than remove resets. (I guess you guys forget that not everyone clears all raiding content in a single night)They may aswell make the raids save per boss as they do in heroics to be honest... but then ofcourse we could farm trash... Solving this problem would be to remove decent drops from the initial trash or putting a boss at the entrance to every raid.
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