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7-06-2009 @ 11:14AM
Between this, 4 different versions of the same place, free tier 9 I don't know what is Blizzard is thinking. It's going to be so hard to convince my 25 man casual guild to keep hammering on the heroic versions of the CC, not to mention if we extend the raid lock out time, that's less people gearing up
7-06-2009 @ 12:11PM
Definitely, no matter what raid schedule any guild will have players that don't like progression nights and constant wiping and want more loot, and other players that like progression nights and are bored by the bosses that they've beaten.I can see this causing drama in many guilds. But it's a great change, options are good for everyone no matter what kind of player.
7-06-2009 @ 12:54PM
I'm not really sure why you're complaining about there being the different versions for the new raid. I don't believe you can even access the Grand Coliseum until you've cleared the normal version...And last I checked you still had to actually down some bosses to get T9. And assuming you go the route of farming heroics, that's still a month of doing the instances daily. Either way, there's no NPC who's just handing out a full T9 set to anyone. I've only bounced around on the PTR for a few minutes at a time since the raid isn't up yet so I may be wrong, but I don't think I am...But I think this is a great idea. My guild downed Yogg on June 2nd, but we could've had that a week earlier if we had just an extra day. This would've been a god send for us so that we could use Tuesday night to kill him and then reset it then and get working again or jump back in on Wednesday night. And if you're having issues with people being loot whores then I suggest you have a talk with them. We've got a guy like that in our guild and he was basically shown the door and told that if he wasn't happy then he can leave. Turns out a chance at loot was better then no loot.
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