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10-30-2009 @ 6:40PM
Over the last few weeks, or months, I've noticed that invites to 10 and 25 player raids are now based on a player having the epic achievement and sometimes also a particular raid achievement. In terms of the epic achievement, was this Blizzard's intention, to create a new elite within the elite? Its not enough to have full epic gear, you now have to have epic gear at item level 213 or better (the epic achievement)? Its funny, because I remember raiding in Northrend when I only had maybe 2 bits of epic gear. I got invited to a guild, though it turned out, by a player who shouldn't have been inviting, but the same problem arose. No invites to raids because I didn't have the achievement, so I eventually left. Guess I'll just have to suck it up and get that achievement. I wonder if not having the achievement is also affecting player's ability to join good guilds? I wouldn't know as I prefer pugging my way through WoW for now.
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