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4-02-2009 @ 12:31PM
I think 10 man raids don't deserve equal gear as 25 man, lets face it world of warcraft is still a massive multiplayer online ROLE-PLAYING game, and one of the reasons WoW became such a succes(for me) is the lore from the previous warcraft games, I mainly play wow for the story (yes I read all Quest logs) in vannila WoW raids were truelly epic, 40 hardened players who where eagered to go through molten core , blackwing lair and naxxramass.nowadays you can kill malygos , an aspect with 10 measly people, i have done the fight on both 10 and 25 man, and It was as epic as doing a history test (at a single moment you are killing adds with only 4 or 5 people when the rest is on discs, on 25 man its better but still not as epic as it should be. The wyrm is one of azeroth mightiest for crying out loud. (and yes I love the drake part on maly 25)im against the separete versions of raid instances(but thats a battle i've already lost) in a future patch we will be able to kill arthas with 10 people, i bet frostmourne will only drop in 25 icecrown, because when you let it drop in 10 man, guilds will farm the 10 man raid( they can make 2-3 groups going 10on one evening instead of 1 going 25) the uniqueness of the frostmourne would also be lost, just like the epic healing mace that drops only on 25 ulduar.finally I just have to say WoW is dying for me, the game is getting to easy, I'm not a hardcore raider but I pray for a challenge, atm I have seen everything in-game (including sarth 3d) and everything was fairly easy, yes my guild was good geared when I joined them, but the game shouldn't be only about gear, also about skill. I hope blizzzard would release an epic raid soon(like sunwell) but I think my hope wont be heard
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