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7-06-2009 @ 1:12PM
This would be impossible if you're also able to extend lockouts multiple times.Think about it...if you're able to extend the lockout more than once for the raid id, then you could extend a couple of times to clear the instance in, let's say 2.5 lockouts. If you're then able to instantly get a fresh raid id, what's to stop you from extending that new lockout a few times until you clear it again. Then, rinse and repeat: Reset raid, extend as needed, ???, profit.They might as well not even have raid lockouts at that point.Even if they limit it to one extend per id...if you're able to refresh for a new raid halfway through your extention, that opens the way for purposely doing so, thus making a constant 1.5 raid cycle feasable.I just don't see that happening. It seems that the concept of the extension is that it forces you to make a choice.But, as said...never say never?
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