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2-22-2009 @ 10:14AM
IMHO; they should do this:10-man = easy mode25-man = real challengeThat way, there could be content for casual and hardcore alike. Casuals explore the content, Hardcores get the real phat loot.Currently everybody is on T7.5 epics, even the less skilled players.Let's make a difference between casual and hardcore, but not forbidding the casuals from experiencing the high end content like it happened in the BC with, for example, Sunwell.imo, 10-mans should be to "experience the content and know the raid", and 25-mans to the "pro-raiders" with more challenges.I'm a casual, so I want to have a chance to see how the high end raids are, but I also understand that dedicated hardcore raiders need a real big challenge according to their capabilities, to keep the entertained and with a goal to aim for.I, as a casual, want to be able to explore all the content and go to icecrown citadel and kick Arthas' frozen butt; but it's good to have the hardcore there facing the real challenge, someone to look up for, and recognize their efforts and skills as a "pro player"Sry if it was too long.
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