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7-06-2009 @ 11:14AM
Noob thought: Everyone gets the raid ID wouldn't everyone who wanted to keep it have to extend it not just the raid leader else it would just expire for those people? I mean if you go to a pug raid, what if the PuG raid leader extends the lockout for some reason, are you "Stuck" with it as well? If people don't want to extend the lockout they don't have to, and it will reset giving them the choice to pick it up again if they go with you, or go with a fresh run?.
7-06-2009 @ 11:31AM
I think that the lockout extension is personal: you do it and you keep the raid id for the next week. If the RL do it, it extends the lockout only for himself. If both of you do it, then next week you can finish the instance together as you both kept the same id.
7-06-2009 @ 11:53AM
Remember, so long as one person extends it, they can be the raid leader and lock everyone else to it still. So probably, you don't bother to extend it at all, but your raid leader does and everyone gets locked. Raises the question of if 3-4 people randomly extend it for some reason, but the raid leader wants to reset.
7-06-2009 @ 12:11PM
In that case, even if it's only the RL who keeps the extended lockout, you'd still be able to rejoin the same raid and get saved to the same instance. The change will simply help you keep your options open.
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