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2-18-2010 @ 6:04PM
I guess you might be right jealouspirate! However, I really like the idea of raids following suit with the random dungeon finder and think blizzard would be wise to make it a priority. I have a lot of friends who would like to see raids, but there is still the hurdle of finding a group and getting in there. This process can take over an hour, of spamming, reading trade chat and the end product is no guarantee of the group even getting off the ground.This has become worse with the introduction of the random dungeon finder, both because the raid browser is harder to find and trade chat has become the new looking for group. Maybe also more people just decide to do random dungeons instead because it is so much easier to get into a dungeon.
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