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3-01-2010 @ 10:31PM
As the leader of a small guild, I would love to have an operational Raid Finder tool. I would even be happy if it was only for my server. We rarely have 10 people show up on time for raids. The time we waste every week searching friends lists, and spamming lookingforraid is such a waste and cuts into the time we can actually raid. Then if someone has to leave early, we have to do it again. Ugh. The instant porting to the raid location rather than the summoning would be sweet, too. I do wonder why Blizzard is worrying about the mechanics of getting groups back together for additional attempts. How about randomizing where the run starts and then when the group decides to call it, the raid is over? Use the same mechanic as currently works so well with the Dungeon Finder, so that If they go through the random tool, they wouldn't be saved. I'm loving all of the 'quality of life' changes that Blizzard has been making. I am looking forward to cross-realm mail and a Raid Finder!
3-02-2010 @ 4:13AM
Have you considered recruiting a couple active players to fill out those slots that never seem to be filled? Might solve the problem in the mean time before soon (tm) arrives. :)
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