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11-23-2009 @ 11:18AM
Does LFG tool (3.3) work with raids too... or it's a dungeons-only tool?
11-23-2009 @ 11:22AM
Dungeon only. At Blizzcon they said this could work for raids, but they want to do it for 5 mans only for a while to make sure all the bugs are worked out.
11-23-2009 @ 11:24AM
I BELEIVE but am not sure that the LFG is just for dungeons, and there will be a new LFR interface too - but havent got time to check the patch notes etc atm.
11-23-2009 @ 12:29PM
The main issue with a cross-server LFR tool is that raids aren't always completed in one sitting. If you had to hang it up in the middle, it'd be difficult to organize cross-server to restart it later. Basically you have a lot more to lose from a fail raid than a fail 5-man.
11-23-2009 @ 1:16PM
Some potential ways to get around the need to raid with the same group throughout the week: Be saved to only a portion of the raid, for example, one quarter of Naxx instead of the whole thing. Be saved to the loot table of a particular boss, but be able to help kill that boss again. Perhaps get only one emblem instead of three to make it more worth your time. Have the LFG system check for people who have killed the same set of bosses as you, and let you run with them without ninjaing the raid from other people who were with you earlier (harder on people who come in in the middle and may down an unusual set).
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