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7-21-2009 @ 10:25AM
Each person extends their own raid lockout. A person who doesn't will have a new raid ID the next time they step into the instance. A person who extends will step into their old instance. The only way to get "locked out" of being able to remove the extended lockout is if you do something during the extension that would have you saved. Ie you down a boss. If you wipe and wipe and wipe and then remove the lockout, you can start merrily from the beginning instead. If you down the boss, that's your instance ID for the week. If your raid leader extends his lockout but the rest of the raid doesn't, they'll enter the instance and see the timer ticking down asking if they want to be saved. If someone not the raid leader extends their lockout but nobody else does, they'll be standing alone in the starting area and wonder where everyone is.
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