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7-06-2009 @ 3:04PM
That's what I took from Sacco's post also. And it's not an issue as the other replies have mentioned... if you extend a lock out to work on, say, Yogg and then remove it on Thursday and start with a fresh instance what have you gained? Nothing really. You've given yourself a bit more time to work on the last boss you were on, but you still only the same fresh instance you'd have seen Tuesday. And you've sacrificed a couple of days of the next lockout. If this ISN'T how it works it will be unused. Who'd extend a lockout when it meant they lost the entire next week even if they only needed a day or 2? No one. You'd have to be crazy to waste an entire week's lock out for another night of attempts on whatever boss you're working on. The only way this features makes sense is if you can extend the lockout, cancel it and have the raid reset on cancellation.
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