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10-02-2009 @ 3:26PM
Not a bad idea in concept, but have they thought about this aspect?You are starting up a 25 man naxx run (this wouldn't really apply to full guild runs, mostly to pugs) and you are trying to do a full clear, say 9 or 10 people join just to do this weekly quest and then bail right after getting the quest complete. Now not only did you spend time trying to find PuGs but now you have to find even more, not to mention whats to say the new pugs you try and gather are even going to want to join seeing as you have progressed past the weekly quest boss. of course you can do it on say 10 or 25 man, but time constraints for people may not allow for this.Personally I think this is to get us accustomed to doing raid quests for when WOW CAT comes out and there are the guild achievements for downing bosses. Having to turn in the quest is going to be the way its tracked i bet.
10-02-2009 @ 3:46PM
A good remedy for this is to join with another guild and start up alt runs. The group would consist of good people and alts on one night, and the mains and the good people's alts on the next. They would go through Naxx in its entirety and have fun with that. Not only would they get 30 Conquest badges altogether [provided they're doing it for gems or something], they would also have 10 Frost badges for each character. The alts can slowly get to some good T10-level gear, and the mains can continue their collection.That's just an idea. It definitely has a possible drawback, but it can be remedied, I think...hopefully.
10-02-2009 @ 5:25PM
If you're going for a complete clear just make it known at the beginning. Then do the quest wing last.
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