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12-16-2009 @ 4:53PM
Yeah, the comment in the article about raids not having a gear requirement is false.My priest started 3.3 with a gearscore of about 4400. When I first opened LFR, I couldn't queue up for TOC25 or TOGC10.I picked up a battered hilt (go go broken drop rate on the first day), and completed my Hammer of Purified Flame, bumping my gearscore to 4530. I could now queue for TOGC10, but still not TOC25.I upgraded my shoulders from naxx shoulders to Tier 9 (232) shoulders. With a new gearscore of 4600, I could put myself in LFR for TOC25 as well.I can now (with a gearscore of 4900) put myself into LFR for all TOC, and I believe ICCs. (no more locks next to the entries.)So, although you can always invite whoever you want to a raid -- the same way that you can invite anyone you want to a dungeon, if you want to fly there yourself -- you can't put yourself in Looking For Raid until you have more gear for some raids.
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