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4-26-2009 @ 2:42PM
I wish there was a cross faction section of a raid. It'd probably be really difficult to work. You have a raid but there's an optional boss fight where alliance PCs who are also in the same instance fight WITH horde PCs in the same instance. Loot would be on a parallel so you wouldn't have the issue of one faction trying to ninja from the other faction. How awesome would it be to have a Nelf druid healing the Tauren warrior?? Or the troll priest healing the Human DK? If they REALLY wanted to be awesome, on PvP realms you go back to flagged as normally after 1 minute or so and it becomes Warsong Gulch on crack. If there wasn't anyone available from the other faction, they could sub with NPCs like the druid NPC in Grizzly Hills. It'd have to be more of a storyline fight than a real challenge just in case you get the .... not so bright opposite faction group who stares at you. Think of the battle for Undercity fight. Also the loot could be dependent on participation. So slugs who do 10% of the work get 3 pieces of loot, the other group gets 6. I'm no game designer, but I think this game is about due for some cross faction playing. BOTH expansions have the opposite factions fighting the same enemy. Dailies have the two factions fighting for the same cause. I mean.... COME ON!! I know, I know, I know. It's a wet dream of mine... sue me.
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